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Full text of "Union hymnal for Jewish worship"

FROM THE LIBRARY OF 



REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON. D. D. 



BEQUEATHED BY HIM TO 



THE LIBRARY OF 



PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 






Section 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Princeton Theological Seminary Library 



http://archive.org/details/unionhyOOcent 



, 



Union ijgm 




FOR 



JEWISH WORSHIP 






PUBLISHED BY 



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THE CENTRAL CONFERENCE OF 
AMERICAN RABBIS 



Copyright, 1914, by 
The Central Conference of American Rabbis 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Alphabetical India' of First Lines iii-v 

[ndex of Authors vi-vii 

[ndex of Composers viii-ix 

[ndex of Meters x-xi 

Ixdex of Metrical Psalms xi 

[ndex of Subjects xii-xiii 

Ixdex of Hebrew Hymns and Responses. . . * . . . xiv 

Hymns Nos. 1-226 

Hebrew Hymns and Responses 227-248 

Children's Services Page 272-308 

Anthem Texts " 309-333 



(ii) 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES 



A message sweet the breezes bring . . 
A new shrine stands in beauty reared 
A noble life, a simple faith ... 
A wish though unexpressed for self and 
Again, as evening's shadow falls. . . 
Ah, well it is that God should read . 
All hail the Lord of hosts, our King 
All men are equal in their birth . . . 
All people that on earth do dwell . . 
All the world shall come to serve Thee 
All-wise, All-great, whose ancient plan 
Almighty God, who hearest prayer . 
Arise, O Lord, with healing rod 
Arise to praise the Lord . . . 

As pants the hart 

At midnight, so the sages tell . 
Awake, O Zion, touch the chord 



all 



No. 
195 

211 

115 

43 

44 

97 

5 

129 

41 

150 

208 

99 

85 

26 

66 

96 

157 



Be with us as we leave Thy house .... 45 

Behold it is the spring-tide of the year . . 162 

Believe not those who say 117 

Blessed, O blessed 200 

Blest is the bond of wedded love .... 207 

Blest are they that seek God's presence. . 109 
Bow down Thine ear, Lord , hear Thou my cry 83 

Come, let us sing in sweet accord . . . .215 

Come, O Sabbath-day, and bring .... 1 56 

Come thou hallowed Sabbath evening . . 133 

Come ye faithful servants 143 

Courage, brother, do not stumble .... 126 

Create in this weak form of mine ... 113 

Creation's Lord, we give Thee thanks . 149 

Descend, descend, O Sabbath princess . . 154 

Despise not, Lord, my lowly penitence . . 184 

Dim mine eyes 100 

Divine Disposer of events 73 

Dost thou hear the bugle sounding. . . . 144 



No. 

Early will I seek Thee 7 

Earth with all thy thousand voices ... 63 

Ever will I bless the Lord 21 

Father, hear the prayer we offer 72 

Father, let Thy blessing 46 

Father, see Thy suppliant children . . . 201 

Father, to Thee we look in all our sorrow. 78 

Father, to Thy dear name 27 

Firm this corner stone be laid 209 

Fling wide the gates of righteousness . . 22 

Fortress-rock, my God, my aid 190 

Friend after friend departs 217 

From heaven's height soft vernal breezes 

blow 163 

From heaven's heights the thunder peals 169 

From Sinai's height a fountain gushes . . 106 

Give us Thy holy peace, O Lord 87 

God and the God of our Fathers, honored, 

ineffable name 179 

God is in His holy temple 35 

God is my strong salvation 69 

God of Grace, O let Thy light 17 

God of Israel, keep us faithful 206 

God of might, God of right 164 

God of our fathers, known of old .... 221 

God of nations, near and far 151 

God my hope, my strength, my King . . 18 

God, supreme, to Thee we pray 98 

Gone another year 172 

Grant me strength when skies are azure 90 

Great Arbiter of human fate 191 

Great God to Thee our thankful hymns 

shall rise 223 

Hail the glorious golden city 147 

Hallelujah, praise to Thee ....... 165 

Happy he that never wanders 125 

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INDEX OF FIRST LINES 



So. 

Happy be who walketh ever 118 

Happy who in early youth 199 

Hark how the trumpet echoes loud . . . 173 

Hark the voice of children 205 

Haste not, haste not, do not rest 130 

Healer of the wounded heart 82 

Hear, Israel, hear 57 

Hear us. Eternal King 131 

Heavenly Father ever near me 91 

Hi ir of all the ages, I 105 

Here let Thy people come, dear Lord, . . 95 

Holy Sabbath rest 159 

How blest are they who flee from ill . . . 104 

How blest the man who fears to stray . . 122 

How cold that man, to faith how dead . . GO 

How good it is to thank the Lord .... 13 

How goodly is Thy house, O Lord .... 38 

How happy is he born or taught 124 

I low lovely are Thy dwellings fair. ... 42 

How lovely are Thy dwellings, Lord. . . 34 



Lord, I pray with bauds uplifted . . . . 
Lord, Thou hast searched and known me 

from afar 

Lord, what offering shall we bring. . . . 
Lord, who is he that happy may . . . . 
Loud let the swelling anthems iise. . . . 



No. 
180 

70 
202 
120 

24 



I bless Thee, Father, for the grace 
I lift mine eyes unto the hills. . 



160 
81 
80 



I rejoiced when they said let ns go to 

God's house 

If our God had not befriended . . . . . 

In every hour of need 

In God the holy, wise and just 



In the hour of distress 

In Thee we hope, O Zion's God . . . 

Into the tomb of ages past 

Into Thy hands my spirit I commend 
It singeth low in every heart .... 



134 
194 

79 

15 
210 

86 
141 
175 

88 
220 



Kindle the taper, like the steadfast star . 192 

Let Israel trust in God alone 142 

Let there be light, at dawn of time . . . 170 

Let us with a gladsome mind 2 

Lo, as the potter molds his clay 68 

Lo, our Father's tender care 88 

Lord, do Thou guide me on my pilgrim way 92 

Lord, God, grant us peace 48 

(iv) 



Magnify the Eternal's name 166 

Man's comradeship is very wide 127 

May He who kept us through the bonis of 

night 28 

Men, whose boast it is that ye 128 

My country, 'tis of thee 226 



New blessings every morning Ill 

Not alone for mighty empire 224 

Not in envy, not in anger 118 

Now bless the Lord of all 64 



O beautiful for spacious skies . . 

O bless the Lord, my soul . . . 

O blest is he that taketh heed . . 

O God, our help in ages past . . 

O God, the Rock of Ages .... 

O Lord, my God, to Thee I pray . 

O Lord our King, how bright Thy lame 

O Lord, Thy all-discerning eyes .... 

O Lord, to Thee who dwellest above 

O Lord, we come with solemn thankfulness 

O Lord, we humbly ask Thy grace 

O my God, unceasingly. .... 



() praise the Lord, and thou, my soul 
O render thanks to God above. . . . 
( ) sometimes gleams upon my sight . 
O stand in awe and fear to sin . . . 
() star of truth, downshining .... 
() worship the King, all-glorious above 
Of all the thoughts of God that are . 
()( tod, all gracious, in Thy gift . . . 
On mighty wings rush swiftly by . . 
Once more O Lord do I awaken . . . 
One- more the liberal year laughs out 
One God, one Lord, one mighty King 
One thought I have my ample creed . 
Onward, brothers, march still onward 



222 
4 

114 
62 
61 

123 
58 
63 
40 

168 

219 

57 

9 

19 

108 
31 

103 
16 

219 

112 

171 
29 

197 
56 
50 

146 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES 



Our Father's God, to Thee we pray . . . 
Our Father, we beseech Thy grace .... 
Our Fortress strong art Thou, O Lord . . 
Our hearts rejoice, O Lord, Thy praise we 

sing 

Our Shepherd is the Lord 

Out of the depths, O Lord, I cry to Thee . 

Pledging our lives and our strength to the 

cause 

Praise God in the heavens 

Praise to the living God 

Praise ye the Lord, for it is good .... 
Prav when the morn unveileth 



Remember Him, the only One. 
Rest in the Lord, my soul . . 
Rock of Ages, let our song . . 



Say not the law divine 

See, O God, we children come . . 

Sing the song unheard before . . 

Sing to the Sovereign of the skies 

Sing unto the Lord with mirth 

Splendor of the morning sunlight 

Summer suns are glowing. . . . 

Sweet hymns and songs will I reci 

Sweet Sabbath, day of sacred joy and rest 152 



te. 



No. 
110 
203 
176 

214 
93 
36 



135 
6 

77 

3 

39 



49 

84 
189 

101 

204 
20 
14 
12 
30 

196 
1 



Take unto you the boughs of goodly trees 187 
Ten thousand martyrs died for Israel's 

cause 133 

Tent-like this day, the King stretched out 

the sky 174 

The day is done, the night draws nigh . . 32 

The God that to the fathers 145 

The heavens. O God, Thy glory tell ... 59 

The lifting of mine hands accept of me . 182 

The Lord enthroned on high 71 

The Lord my pasture shall prepare ... 67 

The Lord my shepherd still has been. . . 94 

The Lord of all who reigned supreme . . 74 

The Lord, the Lord of glory reigns ... 216 

The shadows of the evening hours .... 33 



Mo. 

The spacious firmament on high 8 

The sun goes down, the shadows rise . . 185 

Thee I will seek, to Thee unveil my breast 181 

There is a mystic tie that joins .... 138 

There is one only God 76 

There lives a God, each finite creature . . 51 

Think gently of the erring one 121 

Thou, God, the only God 75 

Though our hearts dwell lovingly .... 139 

Thy faithful servant, Lord, doth yearn. . 183 

Thy praise, O Lord, will I proclaim . . . 188 

Thy word is to my feet a lamp 119 

'Tis winter now; the fallen snow .... 198 

To the God of all creation 11 

To Thee above all creatures gaze .... 167 
To Thee, O God, our thanks and praise 

are due 148 

To Thee we give ourselves to-day .... 178 

To worship God in truth 213 

'Twas like a dream when by the Lord . . 140 



Unveil mine eyes that of Thy law .... 102 
Uplift the song of praise 225 



Voice of God, I hear Thy pleading call 

We lift our eyes to yonder hills . . 
We meet again in gladness .... 
We sat and wept by Babel's stream 
When Israel of the Lord beloved . 
When Israel to the wilderness . . 
When sailing on a stormy sea . . . 
When the Sabbath, peace-inviting . 
When this song of praise shall cease 
Where Judalrs faithful sons are found 
Who is like Thee, O universal Lord . 
Whose works, O Lord, like Thine can be 
Why art thou cast down, my soul . . 

Why 'do the heathen rage 

With joyful heart I greet again . . . 
With joy, O Lord, we hail this day . 
With songs and honors sounding loud 
With the voice of sweet song .... 
Without beginning, without end 



62 

23 

137 

132 

136 

107 

158 

47 

193 

55 

218 

186 

65 

155 

161 

25 

10 

54 



(v) 



INDEX OF AUTHORS 



No. 

Abrahams, Israel 04 

Abun, S. ben 179 

Abun, Simeon ben Isaac 181 

Adams, John Quincy 53 

Addison, Joseph 8, 67 

Adler, Felix . 14, 24, 30, 93, 125, 147, 201 

Aguilar, Grace 97, 160 

Anonymous 23, 35, 62 

Babcock, Maltbie D 84 

Barton, Bernard 101 

Bates, Katherine L 222 

Berkowitz, Henry 43 

Berlin Reform Temple Prayer Book 177 

Bickersteth, E. W 61 

Bronte, Anne 117 

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett .... 219 

Bryant, William Cullen 47 

Calisch, Edward N 98 

Carney, Julia F . . 121 

Chadwick, J. W 220 

Churton, Edward . . 17, 18, 31, 63, 194 

Cohen, Aaron 154 

Composite 22, 85, 104, 164, 185 

Cox, C. C 130 

C. M. C. (Columbia Moise Cohen) . 81 

Daniel, ben Judah 77 

Davieson, Eve 131 

Davis, Elsie 68 

Dobson, Austin 208 

Dore, Julia C. R 105 

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Ellis, Havelock 



No. 
146 



Fleishman, S. M , .... 157 

Follen, Mrs 216 

Freund, Jacob 106, 171 

Funk, Addie 183 

Gabirol, Solomon ibn 7, 183 

Gideon, Henry L 86 

Goethe, J. W. von 130 

Goldstein, Ida 203 

Gottheil, Gustav .... 7, 156, 178, 189 

Goulston, Mrs 176, 212 

Grant, Robert 16 

Gutheim, James K . . 26, 51, 54, 55, 88, 
106, 123, 142, 159, 167, 171, 199 

Hallevi, Judah 184 

Hamburg Temple Hymnal . 14, 24, 26, 
51, 54, 55, 88, 93, 106, 123, 125, 142, 
159, 167, 171, 186, 199 

Herder, J. G. von 43 

Holmes, John Haynes 151 

Horwitz, A 177 

Hosmer, Frederick L. . . 50, 78, 80, 225 

How, W. W 196 

Hull, W. W 11 

Hyde, W. DeWitt 149 

Isaacs, Abram S 96, 115 

Jacobs, George 40 

Jacobs, Henry S 38, 134, 161 

Jastrow, Marcus 158, 189, 200 



INDEX OF 



No. 



Kalir, Eleazer 173 

Keble, John 20 

Kennedy, Benjamin II. . . 12, 21, 58, 59, 
118, 122, 137 

Kethe, William 41 

Kiper, Florence 127 

Kipling, Rudyard 221 

Kleeberg, Minna 86 

Kohn, Annette 79 

Krauskopf, Joseph 172 

Lazarus, Emma 49, 192 

Leiser, Joseph 45 

Levy, David 110, 153 

Levy, J. Leonard .... 27, 75, 76, 143 

Longfellow, Samuel 44, 198 

Loveman, Robert 95 

Lowell, James Russell 128 

Lucas, Alice . 1, 6, 28, 36, 37, 70, 87, 92, 
94, 99, 162, 168, 180, 184, 187, 188, 218 

L. G. (Gershom Lazarus) 155 

Macleod, Norman 126 

Mann, Newton 77 

Marshall, Louis 211 

Martineau, Harriet 129 

Maurice, Bertha Helena .... 5, 152 

Mayer, Harry H. . 10, 48, 71, 83, 109, 114, 
135, 141, 163, 173, 177, 193, 206, 213 

Meir, ben Baruch 68 

Mendes, Frederick De Sola ... 74, 190 

Merrill, W. P 224 

Meyerhardt, Max . . 107, 133, 136, 138 

Milton, John 2, 34, 42 

Moise, Penina . 3, 15, 39, 56, 60, 73, 82, 
98, 112, 165, 175, 191, 207, 209 

Montgomery, James .... 69, 166, 217 



AUTHORS 

No. 

New Version (Tate and Brady) . . 9, 19, 
66, 119, 120 

Ogden, Althea A 46 

Philipson, David 204 

Philippson, Ludwig 163 

Proctor, Adelaide A. ....... 33 

Rosenau, William 148 

Russell, A. T 65 

Rypins, Mrs. I. L 100 

Sabbattai, Mordecai ben 182 

Salaman, Nina Davis 182 

Savage, M. J 103, 111, 144, 145 

Scott, Sir Walter 132 

Scottish version 102, 140 

Smith, Samuel F 226 

Sonnenschein, S. II 205 

Stein, Leopold 189 

Stern, Louis 214, 215, 223 

Sternberg, Sadye 139 

Switton, Florence 195 

Taylor, John 202 

Yoorsanger, Jacob 116 

Watts, Isaac 4, 25, 52 

Weisberg, Florence 13 

Weitzman, Lily . . . 29, 32, 89, 90, 113 

Whittier, John Greenleaf . . 108, 197 

Willis, L. M 72 

Wise, Isaac M 57, 169, 170, 210 

Wolf, Clara Holzmark 91 

Wotton, Henry 124 

Zangwill, Israel . . . 150, 174, 179, 181 

(vii) 



INDEX OF 
COMPOSERS AND SOURCES 



No. 

Aguilar and I)e Sola 30, 100 

Ashkenazi Tune 2, 6, 213 

Austrian melody 79 

Bach, J. S 97, 153 

Baurae, J. W 192 

Beethoven, Ludwig von ... 11, 03, 80, 
104, 146, 197 

Belmont, F 102 

Blumenthal, J 139 

Boguslawski, Moses 7 

Braham and Nathan 2 

Brandeis, Frederick .... 72, 101, 107 

Chorale 52,88 

Costa, Sir Michael Andrew . . 20, 83, 130 

Cowen, Sir Frederick Ilyman . . .10,14, 
71,93, 125 

Cruger, J 05 

Delevanti, Edward P. . . 25,43,70, 170, 
214, 223 

1 1- Sol i, • • Aguilar) 

Deutsch, Muritz 173, 219 

Dunkley, Ferdinand 176 

Epstein, A. 1 59,135, 160, 107 

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No. 
Fabisch, Ileinrich 110 

Farrington 75 

Fisk, F. P 109 

Folksong 27, 73 

French melody 12 

German melody 118, 144, 182 

Gilchrist, W. W 20, 187 

Gottschalk, Louis M 199 

Hamburg Temple Hymnal .... 88, 159 

Handel, G. F 87, 96, 166 

Hartog, Cecile 28, 07, 89, 143 

Hast, Marcus 21 

Haydn, Franz J 8, 10, 210 

"Hebrew Melodies," (see Braham and 

Nathan) 
Hecht, Simon. . 13,23,46,57,68,60,84, 

80, 195, 211,215 
Henle, Moritz 19 

Isaacs, Lewis M 3,9,179 

Jacobsohn, Bernhard . 106, 110, 163, 177, 
217 

Japhet, I. M 



INDEX OF COMPOSERS AND SOURCES 



No. 

Kaiser, Alois . 5, 18, 32, 34, 39, 40, 50, 54, 
66, 82, 111, 124, 132, 200, 212 

Kinross, J. 122 

Kramer, Leon M 24, 150, 157 

Kreutzer, K 44 

Lashtield, F 105 

Lewandowcki, Louis 15, 99, 137 

Lieber, Arthur 92, 113 

Liebling, Emil 180 

Lob, Otto 51, 61 

Loewenberg, William 79, 142 

Loud, G. II 205 

Lutkin, P. C 64, 151, 155 

Lyra Anglo-Judaica 213 

Mathias, C 98, 129, 161 

Mendelssohn, Felix . . . . 47, 78 ,81, 206 
"Melodies, Ancient," (see Aguilar) 
Miller, Russell King . . 46, 152, 184, 207 
Mombach, Julius Lazarus . . 33, 115, 127 
Mozart, J. C. W. A. 38, 138, 158, 208, 224 
Munn, Mrs. S. E 201 

Nathan, (see Braham) 

National air of Holland 222 

National anthem of England . . . 226 

Naumbourg, S 22,196,221 

Xeumark, G. 97 

Oratory Hymns 121 

Osiier, Julius 42 

Paisiello, G 117 

Pleyel, Ignatz 198 

Prout, E 90 



Mo. 
Rappaport, S 120, 193, 216 

Reimann, J. 13 169 

Rice, I. L 156 

Righini, V 121 

Rogers, James H 135 

Rossini, G. A 56, 148 

Rubin, A 201 

Rubenstein, Anton 17 

Salaman, Charles Kensington . 47, 109, 
134, 206 

Samuel, Edward 31, 37, 53, 76, 174, 188, 191 

Schechter, Leon 172 

Scholefield, C. C 29 

Schumann, Robert 4, 140 

Scotch melody 119 

Sephardi Tune 36 

Spanish melody 35 

Sparger, William 181 

Stark, E. J. . . 47, 116,209 

Stern, Julius 69, 145 

Stern, Louis 200, 203 

Sulzer, Solomon 74, 123 

Thalberg, S 62 

Tintner, Moritz 30 

Traditional ... 1, 2, 6, 8, 19, 36, 41, 48, 
55, 68, 75, 77, 85, 95, 100, 103, 114, 126, 
128, 136, 138, 141, 154, 162, 164, 165, 168, 
171, 175, 178, 185, 186, 189, 190, 202, 203, 
204, 214, 217, 225 

Unknown . . 91, 94, 108, 112, 133, 147, 149, 
194, 220 

Warren, Ivor 183, 218 

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METRICAL INDEX 



COMMON METRE 

9, 15, 34, 42, 45, 50, 52, 66, 80, 81, 87, 94, 95, 
96, 102, 107, 112, 113, 115, 119, 120, 
127, 129, 141, 151, 155, 157, 161, 171, 
176, 183, 193, 210, 212, 215, 216, 220 

COMMON METRE, DOUBLE 

14, 24, 25, 31, 33, 49, 53, 62, 73, 121, 122, 
191, 222 

LONG METRE 

5, 13, 19, 32, 38, 40, 41, 44, 56, 74, 104, 
108, 114, 132, 136, 137, 138, 140, 149, 
178, 190, 195, 197, 198, 207, 208, 218 



6. 6. 6. 6. D. 






26, "i 


*> 


76, 213 


6. 6. 6. 6. 6. 6. (Trochaic 


) 


164 


6. 6. 8. 4. D. 






6. 6. 8. 6. 6. 8. 




77, 225 


6. 6. 8. 6. 8. 8. 




10 


6. 6. 9. 6. 6. 6. 




217 


6. 7. 6. 7. D. 




86 




64 


66, 99 


7. 6. 7. 6. 7. 6. 3. 3. 6. 




189 



7. 6. 7. 6. D. 

23, 39, 61, 69, 103, 111, 145 



LONG METRE, DOUBLE 






7. 6. 


7. 6. 8. 8. 3. 7. 7. 7. 7 






8, 58, 67, 85, 99, 


124, 188 






7. 7. 7. 7. 




88 


SHORT METRE 




2, 12, 17 


, 20, 


21, 47, 82, 98, 105, 


165, 


166, 


4, 84, 


101, 117 


199, 


202, 


209 






4. 6. 4. 6. D. 


163 




7. 


7. 7. 7. (Irregular) 




186 


5. 5. 5. 4. 


200 






7. 7. 7. 7. 3. 




156 


5. 5. 5. 5. D. 


172 






7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 




18 


5. 5. 7. 5. 5. 7. (6. 5. 7. D.) 








7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 7. 








48, 57 






37, 128, 


130, 


204 


5. 7. 7. 7. 7. 


159 






7. 7. 7. 7. D. 






6. 4. 6. 4. 6. 6. 6. 4. 










139, 


205 


6. 5. 6. 5. 


75 
46 






8. 4. 8. 8. 




173 


6. 5. 6. 5. D. 








8. 5. 8. 3. 






7, 


143, 196 










206 


6. 5. 6. 5. 6. 5 


6 






8. 5. 8. 5. 




90 


6. 6. 4. 6. 6. 6. 4. 






8. 5. 8. 5. 8. 5. 7. 7. 7. 6. 








131, 226 










180 


6. 6. 6. 4. D. 








8. 6. 8. 6. 8. 8. 








27 






142, 


169, 


170 


6. 6. 6. 6. 


79 






8. 6. 8. 6. D. 




150 



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8. 6. 8. 6. 8. 8. 8. 8. 

8. 7. 8. 7. 

11, 30, 63, 72, 91, 100, 118, 126, 153 

8. 7. 8. 7. D. 

35, 109, 116, 125, 144, 146, 147, 158, 201, 
224 

8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 7. 



METRICAL INDEX 
123 



194 
160 
60, 211 
1 
3 



8. 7. 8. 7. 8. 8. 8. 8. 

8. 8. 6. 8. 8. 6. 

8. 8. 8. 

8. 8. 8. 8. 4. 

8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 

88, 54, 59, 97, 110, 167, 175, 185, 219, 221 
8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 8. 4. 

8. 10. 8. 10. 
9. 8. 9. 8. 

9. 8. 9. 8. 8. 8. 

9. 8. 9. 8. D. 



203 

68 

29 

51, 106 

154 



177 

36, 70 

43 

174 
92 
28 



9. 10. 9. 10. 

10. 6. 10. 6. 
10. 10. 10. 

10. 10. 10. 4. 

10. 10. 10. 5. 

10. 10. 10. 6. 

10. 10. 10. 10. 

89, 133, 148, 152, 162, 181, 184, 187, 192 

10. 10. 10. 10. 8. 8. 

10. (9.) 10. 10. 10. (Trochaic) 

10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 6. 

10. 10. 11. 11. 
10. 11. 10. 11. 10. 10. 

11. 10. 11. 10. 
12. 12. 12. 12. 12. 12. 

15. 15. 15. 15. 



55 

83, 135 

182 

16 

214, 223 

78 

134 

179 



INDEX OF METRICAL PSALMS 



Psalm No. Hymn No. 

1 116, 122 

2 

4 

8 

10 

15 



65 

31 

58 

.... 85 

120 

19 8, 59 



23 

27 

37 

41 

42 

51 

66 

81 

90 52, 61 

92 13 

95 11 



67, 93, 94 

... 69 

. . 118 

. . . 114 

. . . 65 

. . . 113 

. . . 63 

. . . 42 



Psalm No. 

100 . . 

103 . . 

104 . . 

106 . . 

107 . . 
116 . . 



Hymn No. 

. . 12 

. . . 4 

. . . 16 

. . . 19 

. . 166 

. . . 18 



119 104, 119 

121 62, 81 

134 



122 
124 
126 
136 
137 



194 

140 

2 

137 



139 53, 70 



146 
148 
150 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS 



Adversity 83, 186 

S< also Trust and Confidence) 

AliMSOrVTNG 114 

Anniversary of Congregation 
or Minister 214, 215 

Atonement, Day of (See Holy 
Days) 

Brotherhood . . 115, 127, 128, 129, 143, 
14G, 149. 224 
(See also Peace, International) 

Calmness 118, 130 

Charity (See ALMSGIVING AND 
Service) 

Children's Hymns for Special 

Occasions .... 30,40,46,47,48, 
136, 199-206 

Close of Service . . 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 

Confirmation (See Holy Days) 

Courage . . . 72, 117, 126, 128, 144, 145 

Dedication of Temple 95, 211, 212, 213 

Evening 31,32,33,89 

Faith .... 51,52,67, 96, 100, 102, 103, 
K)7, 108, 117, 126, 132, 136 

Feast of Lights (See Holy Days) 

I'i LST of Loi g 3< e Holy Days) 

Funerals, Memorial Service . 186, 

217, 219 

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(xii) 



God 

His Works in Nature . . . 9, 11, 58, 59 

His Majesty . . 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 58, 59, 
61, 65, 70, 71, 73, 74, 77 

His Providence . 8, 49, 60, 62, 63, 73, 

76, 80, 81, 88, 93, 94, 111, 140 

His Fatherhood and Love . . 4, 50, 51, 
52, 55, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 76, 77, 78, 
79, 95, 103, 108 

His Unity 50, 54, 55, 56, 57, 

75, 76, 77, 138 

Cratitude and Love ... 40, 60, 111 

Holy Days and Holidays 
Sabbath Eve 152, 153, 154 

Sabbath Morn . . 155, 156, 157, 158, 
159, 160, 161 
(See also Close of Service) 



Passover 
166, 167 



128, 162, 163, 164, 165, 



Pentecost 168, 169, 170 

Tabernacles 187, 188 

New Year . . 171. 172. 173, 174, 175. 170 

Atonement, Day of . . 95, 177, 178, 17!'. 
180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186 

Confirmation . . 186, 199, 200, 201, 202, 
203, 204, 205, 206 

Feast of Lights . . . 189, 190, 191, 192, 

193, 194 

Feast of Lots 193, 194 



INDEX OF 

Israel . . .14, 56, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 
136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 206 

Kingdom of God, the . . 143, 144, 145, 
146, 147, 148, 149, 150 

Knowledge, the Search for 109, 123 

Laying of Cornerstone . . . 209, 210 

Life Eternal 90, 218, 220 

Marriage . 207, 208 

Morning 28, 29, 30 

New Year ( See Holy Days) 

Opening of Service .... 35, 42, 95 

Passover ( See Holy Days ) 

Patriotic Hymns . . 151, 222, 223, 224, 
225, 226 

Peace, International .... 151 
(See also Brotherhood) 

Penitence and Confession . . 36, 53, 
70, 83, 113, 221 

Pentecost ( See Holy Days ) 

Praise . . . 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 
11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 40, 41, 63, 131 

Prayer 39, 43, 99, 100, 131 

Purity 107, 113 

Resignation 27 



.SUBJECTS 

Righteous Life, the . . 104, 105, 106, 
108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 115, 116, 117, 
118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 
139, 147 

Sabbath Eve ( See Holy Days ) 

Sabbath Morn ( See Holy Days ) 

Scriptures, the Holy (See Word 
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Seasons, the 25 

Spring . . : 195 

Summer 196 

Autumn 197 

Winter 198 

Service . . . 103, 105, 106, 111, 114, 135, 
139, 142, 143, 148 
( See also Righteous Life ) 

Tabernacles ( See Holy Days ) 

Thanksgiving and Harvest . 24, 25 

Trust and Confidence . . 27, 37, 62, 
64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 
78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 
89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 141, 219 

Word of God, the . . .101, 102, 106, 
108, 119, 122, 125 

Worship . . 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 
42, 43, 44, 57, 95 



(xiii) 



INDEX OF HEBREW HYMNS 
AND RESPONSES 

N"- Composer 

227 Boruch Adonoy Alois Kaiser 

228 Sh'ma Yisroel » " 

229 Boruch Shem K'vod " " 

230 Ml Chomogho » " 

231 Adonoy Yimloch " » 

232 Adon Olam (First Tune) E. Kirschner 

233 Adon Olam (Second Tune) Sol. Sulzer 

234 Adon Olam (Third Tune) 8. W. Wuley 

235 Vaanachnu Alois Kaiser 

236 Kodosh Sol. Sulzer 

237 Boruch K'vod Alois Kaiser 

238 Yimloch " 

239 Hodu Ladonoy " " 

240 Onno Adonoy " 

241 L'cho Adonoy " 

242 Hodo al erets . " 

243 Hodo al erets Sol. Sulzer 

244 Yigdal Ij. LewandowaU 

245 En Keloiienu German 

246 En Keloiienu L. LewandowskJ 

247 En Kelohentj I. INI. Japhet 

248 En Keloiienu Alois Kaiser 

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4 Help me, my God, to trust and serve Thee, 

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2 If Thou shouldst closely mark iniquities, 

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Thy courts, O Lord, to see ; 
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living God, for Thee. 

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Who, faithful, loves Thy ways. 

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And hath the power a wounded soul to calm. 
With rapturous joy ascends to heaven — a psalm. 

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And, strengthened here by hymn and prayer, 
Lay down the burden and the care. 

3 God, our Light, to Thee we bow ! 
Within all shadows standest Thou. 
Give deeper calm than night can bring, 
Give sweeter songs than lips can sing. 

4 Life's tumult we must meet again, 
We cannot at the shrine remain; 
But in the spirit's secret cell 

May hymn and prayer forever dwell ! 

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An everlasting Friend. 

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74 



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Till-] Lord of all, who reigned supreme 
Ere first creation's form was framed; 
When all was finished by His will 
His name Almighty was proclaimed. 

When this, our world, shall be DO more, 
In majesty He still shall reign. 

Who was, Who is, Who will for aye 
In endless glory still remain. 

Alone is He, beyond compare, 

Without division or ally, 
Without initial date or end, 
Omnipotent lie rules on high. 

He is my God, my Saviour He, 

To whom I turn in sorrow'.- hour — 
My banner proud, my refuge sun — 

Who hears and answers with His power. 

Then in His hand myself I lay, 

And trusting sleep, and wake with cheer; 
My soul and body are Hie care; 

The Lord doth guard, 1 have no fear. 

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Who was, Who is, Who will for aye 

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Alone is He, beyond compare, 

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2 He is the First and Last, 

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All goodness He rewards ; 

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4 This uncreated God. 

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He is the King of kings, 

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The First,the Last, beyond all thought 
His timeless years ! 

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His will obeys. 

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High Burging where it will, 
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On sea, on land. 

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Accordant to the deed, 
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In measured meed. 

3 Eternal life hath He 
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Jlis love shall be ourstrengthand stay, 
While ages roll. 
Praise to the living God ! 
All praised be His name. 

Who was, and is, and is to 1"'. 
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Safely they rest who in Thy love repose. 

2 Naught shall affright us on Thy goodness leaning; 

Low in the heart faith Bingeth still her song; 
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And given me strength to bear. 

He will not leave my soul forlorn; 

I -till must find Him true, 
Whose mercies have been new each morn, 

And every evening new. 

Upon His providence I lean, 

A.s lean in faith I must ; 
The lesson of my life hath been 

A heart of grateful trust. 

And SO my onward way I fare 

With happy heart and calm. 
And niingle with my daily care 

The music of my psalm. 

P. L. Ilosnior 



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2 The heavenly King, who aye shall be, 

In might eternal reigns ; 
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He every hope sustains. 

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Shall smite me not by day ; 
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God will protect my way. 

4 On every side He is my shade, 

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2 Recorded by Thy righteous hand 
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To Thee the poor commits his cause, 
His help from Thee the friendless draws: 



Quell Thou the scornful arm, and beal 
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Proclaim — The reign of sin is o'er, 
The place that knew it knows no more. 

3 Lord the King of boundless might. 
The wicked perish from Thy eight : 
'Tis Thine the drooping heart to cheer. 
The cries of praying souls to hear, 
The orphan's injured cause to try, 
And, in Thy people's peril nigh, 
To -natch them from the spoiler's rage, 
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3 Grant us the lamp of faith, Lord, 

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Who thy portion keepeth ; 

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Let but duty guide our lot — 
ho, our Guardian slumbers not 

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From pain and sore distress, 
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yet would I fear no ill, 
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Would be my comfort still. 

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In presence of my foes, 
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5 Goodness and mercy steadfastly 

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Dwell to the end of days. 

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With a firmer faith in Thee. 



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Is of such priceless worth. 

3 Thou needst not launch thy bark 

Upon a shoreless sea, 
Breasting its waves to find the ark. 
To bring this crown to thee. 

4 Cease, then, my soul, to roam ; 

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Within thy heart its reign. 

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My choice have freely made. 
Thy judgments, which most righteous are. 
Before me I have laid. 

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Revive and quicken me. 

4 Great peace have they who love Thy law, 

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When Thy command I've done. 

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Lead on, I'll follow Thee ! 

2 I know Thy blessed radiance 4 

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E'en through untrod deserts, 

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Though I be lone and weary, 

Lead on, I'll follow Thee! 



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Though I be lone and weary, 

Lead on, I'll follow Tic 
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To shake my soul with fears; 
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Through life or death forever 

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2 () that Thy grace my steps would guide 
In Thy commandments to abide ; 
Upon my face no shame will he, 
When all Thy truth is dear to me. 

3 My heart shall give Thee praise sincere, 
Instructed in Thy righteous fear; 

My guide shall he Thy saered Word; 
Forsake me not for ever, Lord. 

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All their labors, all their prayers, 
Sanctify this present day. 

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By their passion and their tears ; 
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Heir of every hope that time 

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Heir of all the ages, I, 
Lo, I am no longer poor ! 

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This tree yields happiness and peace. 



O'er Sinai's summit flames a beacon; 

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Are Sinai's law. t<» us revealed ; 

They who its precepts knowand guard 

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The tree whose fruit such bliss 
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By rules of virtue moves ; 
Whose generous tongue disdains to speak 
The thing his heart disproves. 

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His neighbor's fame to wound, 
Xor hearken to a false report 
By malice whispered 'round. 

4 Who vice, when drest in pomp and power, 

Can treat with just neglect ; 
And piety, though clothed in rags, 
Religiously respect. 

5 Who in his plighted vows and trust 

Hath ever firmly stood ; 
And, though he promise to his loss, 
Shall make his promise good. 

6 Who seeks not by oppressive ways 

Vast riches to enjoy; 
Whom no rewards can ever bribe, 
The guiltless to destroy. 

7 The man who, by his steady course, 

Hath happiness assured, 
When earth's foundations shake, shall stand 
By Providence secured. 

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1 ^ITjTHEN Israel to the wilderness 

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Th' Eternal sent to lead them on, 
A cloud by day, a fire by night. 

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That beacon from the Lord's own hand, 
The chosen people safely reached 

Their destined goal — the Promised Land. 

3 Yet, not alone in days of voir. 

Etas God Bis wondrous mercy Bhown, 

For still He grants to all mankind 
A glorious light to Lead them on. 

4 A lamp of radiant, glowing line, 

By Israel borne in every dime, 
Through fire and flood, through tears and bio 
With courage grand and faith sublime. 

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'Till sin and hate from earth depart, 
'Till wrong shall fail and right prevail, 
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Great works, which joy to us had brought ; 
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143 



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COME, ye faithful servants 
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Truth and Light your weapons, 

Ye need never pause. 
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Bringing all things evil 

Downward to the ground. 
Sin and misdeed triumph, 

Error leads astray ; 
Falsehood oft is honored, 

Truth is kept at bay ; 
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Men and women true. 
God's cause -till shall triumph, 

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Earth's downtrodden children 

Look for helping hands ; 
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Scattered through all lands; 
Let your plea be Justice, 

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Equity, your might. 
Ye, who are of Israel, 

Zi on's chosen sons, 
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Even thus thou art a foe ; 
Who for truth no sword uplifteth 

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Death itself is victory. 

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That glimmered on their way; 
Look up and see the dawning 
That broadens into day. 

'Twas but far off, in vision, 

The father-' eyes could see 
The glory of the kingdom, 

The better time to be; 



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The dream they dreamt of yore, 
While nearer draws and nearer, 

The Golden Age in store. 

With trust in God's free spirit, 

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Lei ua to-day be faithful, 

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Hard the toil which we endure, 
Though at times our courage falter, 

Yet the promised land is sure. 

2 Olden sages saw it dimly, 

And their joy to madness wrought; 
Living men have gazed upon it, 
Standing on the hills of thought. 



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All the daring and the strife, 

All has helped to mould the future, 
Make man master of his life. 

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We, too, must be strong and suffer, 

We, too, have to do and dare. 
Onward, brothers, march still onward, 

March still onward, hand in hand, 
Till we see at last Man's kingdom. 

Till we reach the Promised Land. 

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Only righteous men and women 

Dwell within its gleaming wall; 
Wrong is banished from its borders, 

Justice reigns Bupreme o'er all. 

2 We are builders of that city ; 

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Help to rear its shining ramparts; 
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And in error and in anguish. 

Will not perish with our ye;us : 
It will last and shine transfigured 

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It will merge into the splendors 

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A field for toi] and faith and hope. 

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And tell Thy greatness o'er. 

They shall build for Thee their altars, 
Their idols overthrown, [them 

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And feel Thy kingdom's might 

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The paths of peace to find. 

2 The clash of arms still shakes the sky, 

King battles still with king, 
Wild through the frighted air of night 
The bloody tocsins ring. 

3 But clearer far the friendly speech 

Of scientists and Beers, 
The wis.- debate of statesmen and 
The shouts of pioneers. 

4 And stronger far the clasped hands 

Of labor's teeming throngs 
Who in a hundred tongues repeat 
Their common creeds and songs. 

5 Father! from the curse of war, 

We pray Thee, give release, 

And speed, O speed the blessed day 

Of justice, love and peace. 

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2 On Thee, God, my hopes rely ; 

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Warm us with thy heavenly fire, 
That in sacred hymns of praise 
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3 Father, Everlasting ! 

From Thv holy throne of grace, 
To Thy children turn Thv face; 
Bless this day, from toil set free, 
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2 And in the spring, when all the earth and sky 

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Proclaiming Israel's sacred heritage. 

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3 Hallelujah ! Let US sing, 

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Tyrant-kings shall nevermore 
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4 Hallelujah ! Spear and shield 
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Triumph but to truth belongs. 

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Peace to the house of Israel ! 
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With hopes revived, the New Year 
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Bountiful God, withhold not mercy from one of our seed, 
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Visit the vine of Thy planting; water the sprout of Thy stock. 
Thus shall mankind understand that Thou art the fountain of grace, 
Pardon, then, every transgressor, seeking contritely Thy face. 

Israel SangwJll 

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Heal mine inward wound and 
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Merciful, () Father, be, 
Answer when I call on Tine, 
Even when Thou judgest me, 

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3 Thou will save me, Thou will guard 
Mine exalted King ; [me, 

Have regard to my entreaty, 
And good tidings bring. 

Unto us Thy needy people 
Let Thine answer ring : 

Fear thou not, for 1 behold thee. 

I will strengthen and enfold thee. 

Yea, my right hand shall uphold thee, 

I am thy salvation. 

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3 We put our trust, for 'tis our soul's delight 
To seek in humbleness Thy shield of might; 

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And lowly souls Thou placest on the height. 

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Sinks to the hour when Israel brought of yore 
The evening sacrifice. 

2 In Thy great mercy, hoar and understand 

My words, my meditation; if I hold 
Grace in Thy sight, God, who, from of old 
Hast been a dwelling-place, then from mine hand 
Take Thou the gift I bring Thee, pleading here 
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For evening sacrifice. 

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The path of penitence ; 
He striveth painfully for words 

To tell, how he repents. 

Oh, let my penitence to-day 

My own soul's Biirety be; 
Contrite I vow to serve Thee well; 

Be merciful to me ! 

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At eventide let there be light. 

2 While still in clouds the sun delays, 

We pray Thee, Lord of earth and heaven, 
That love may shed its peaceful rays, 

New hope unto our souls be given. 
Oh, may the parting hour be bright: 
At eventide let there be light. 

3 And when our sun of life retreats, 

When evening shadows 'round us fall, 
Our restless heart no longer beats. 

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Why disquieted in me ? 
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Soul, my soul, be strong in faith, 
Tears take flight ; for in light — 

Be th0U DOl ca-t down, my BOUl, — 

Dwell our dead on heaven's shore, 
Blessed, blessed evermore. 

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Have mercy, save and prosper them. 

2 May'st Thou in mercy manifold, 
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1 "pORTRESS-ROCK,myGod,myaid! 
■*- To Thee my praises shall ascend; 

Our Guardian in the days of yore, 
On Israel bid Thy grace descend. 

The truth our people's seers haveknown, 

All men, awak'ning then shall own; 

Thy Law of Love, all laws above, 
Our time-long Borrows full Bhall end. 

2 My -'»ul is wearied by the woe 
The ages rained upon my head; 

From early days when Egypt's hate 
Sustained me on "affliction's bread." 

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The blow fell by the Red Sea's strand; 

With pomp and boast, the Pharaoh's host 
Was burled deep into ocean's bed. 
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3 'Twas then Thou broughtest me at 
To Zion's rocky temple-hill; [length 

Alas, T was not faithful there, 

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The hitter cup an exile 8< 
I drained unto its lowest lees, 
But hopeful dreams by Babel's streams 
Came true in edicts of Thy will ! 

4 The Syrian last his anger spent 

Upon my poor defenseless head. 

My shrine defiled, my haw proscribed, 

Idolatry set up instead. 
Then brave arose the Maccabee 
Who foes heat off most gloriously, 
And these glad day- attest their p: 

Who for Thy truth bo nobly hied ! 

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1 Ci BEAT Arbiter of human fate, 
^~" Whose glory ne'er decays, 
To Thee alone we dedicate 

The song and soul of praise. 
Thy presence Judah's host inspired, 

On danger's post to rush; 
By Thee the Maccabee was fired, 

Idolatry to crush. 

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In Salem's sad decline.) 
S »>d forth a brave but scanty hand 

To battle for their shrine. 
In bitterness of soul they wept, 

Without the Temple wall, 
For weeds around its court had crept, 

And foes its priests enthrall. 



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But for their cherished fane, 
Nerved by true faith, they take the 

And victory obtain. [held. 

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Which thus to triumph led 
The slendi r but heroic band 

From which blasphemers fled? 
'Twas Thine, O everlasting King 

And universal. Lord! 
Whose wonders still Thy servantssing. 

Whose mercies they record. 
Oh! thus shall Mercy's hand delight 

To cleanse the blemished heart. 
Rekindle virtue's waning light, 

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2 Clash, Israel, the cymbals and the lyre, 

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If to your faith ye hold. 

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Brave souls yield not to tears and sighs, 
Their songs of hope ne'er cease. 

4 Faith of our fathers, living still, 

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God's free mercy streameth 

Over all the world, 
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Everywhere unfurled. 
Broad and deep and glorious, 

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Make us love Thee more. 
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Father, be Thou nigh. 

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His beauty paints the crimson dawn. 

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2 Happy who in tender years 

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Heirs of immortality. 

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God Himself protects them, 
J [e their vows will bless. 
Onward, children, onward, 

Fearless, firm and true, 
Keep your hearts uplifted, 
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3 Blest are the vows of wedded Life 

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Zion's God will not despise. 

2 House of Judah, bless the Lord, 

Let His praise be your delight ; 
On your hearts His law record, 
Walk ye in its perfect light. 

3 Joyfully your altars rear, 

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Dispel the clouds and end the night, 
Let truth pervade all lands. 

3 To truth be laid this corner-stone, 

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To Thee, Most High, and only One, 
Be arched these sacred halls. 

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To Him their hearts they consecrate * 
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2 Here shall the words of praise be sung, 
From days when yet the world was 

Of psalmist and of seer; [young, 
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Here shall the wondrous tale be told, 
The miracle of [srael old, 

And its undying youth. 

May justice ever here prevail, 

May love for all mankind ne'er fail. 

And charity ne'er cease ; 
May God's Shekinah here e'er rest 
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In this auspicious hour. 

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This house of God to raise, 
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Our Maker's name to praise. 

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Our hallowed work to bless, 
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To own His faithfulness. 

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Lord, com.- and sanctify 

This shrine that we have reared, 
And help us prove thai here 

The one ( rod is revered : 

What here we feel and speak 
Our lives will demonstrate 

When we our pious vows 
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His priests the whole world through j 

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May we I [is presence feel 

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Lord God, this shrine we built, 

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Thy peace be ever here, 

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The future, bright and vast — 
O let us not forget this truth — 

Are rooted in the past. 

The founders and the leaders great, 

Gone to eternal rest, 
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^ Our souls are thrilled, their pious vows renewing, 
As thoughts take flight on memory's magic wing, 

The noble work of former years reviewing — 
Of failures and successes, hopes and fears, 
Of sowing and of reaping, joys and tears. 

2 Here prayed our fathers, builders staunch and true; 

We think of them with tender, deep emotion; 
Here fervently we pledge ourselves anew, 

To deeds of love and earnest, true devotion; 
Here were our youths, taught to revere Thy name, 
Year after year their faith in Thee proclaim. 

3 Thou who didst bless us with a lavish hand, 

Oh, be Thou ever with this congregation; 
Our city bless and our beloved land; 

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2 Thou art from everlasting, Lord ; 

Forever fixed Thy throne ; 
All sprang from Thy creative word ; 
Thou art the Holy One. 

3 The mighty waves arc rolling high, 

The floods lift up their voir. . 
They seem to meet the bending Bky ; 
The roaring storms rejoice. 

4 But Thou, Lord, art mightier far, 

The tempests bow to Thee ; 
Thy voice can still their raging war. 
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His promises He'll ever keep : 
His mercies never cease. 

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3 Sweet peace and calm their spirits Mess, 

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Thy mercy on Thy people, Lord ! 

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A thoroughfare for freedom beat 

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In liberating strife, [loved. 

Who more than self their country 

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Thine alabaster cities gleam, 

Qndimmed by human tears ! 
America ! America ! 

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In joyous song Thy glory to proclaim. 

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In -darkest night and direst tribulations; 
To serve Thee well they suffered, fought and died, 

Brave martyrs of Thy truth amidst the nations; 
The Maccabean spirit, brave, sublime, 
Imbued their souls in every land and clime. 

3 We thank Thee, Lord, that on this happy shore 

Thou didst prepare a home for the oppressed, 
A promised land we cherish and adore, 

Our country fair, a Zion truly blessed. 
Here may we worship Thee in freedom's light, 
As did our sires on Mount Moriah's height. 

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Not for battle-ship and fortress, 

Not for conquests of the sword, 
But for conquests of the spirit, 

Give we thanks to Tine, o Lord ; 
For the heritage of freedom, 

For the altar, home and school, 
For the open door to manhood 

In a land the people rule. 



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Lives that passed and left no name; 
For the glory that illumii 

Patriot souls of deathless fame; 
For the people's prophet-lead 

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(Jive we thanks to Thee, Lord. 
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From the war of race and creed, 
From the strife of class and faction — 

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I. 

1. HYMN 

2. RESPONSIVE READING 

come, let us sing unto the Lord ; let us shout for joy to the Rock of OUT 

salvation. 

Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving ; let us shout for joy unto 
Him with psalms. 

In whose hand are the depths of the earth ; the heights of the mountains 
are II is also. 

The sea is His and He made it ; and His hands formed the dry land. 

O come, lei as how down and bend the knee ; let us kneel before the Lord, 
our Maker. 

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hand. (Psalm 95) 

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How lovely are Thy tabernacles, Lord of Hosts ! 

My soul yearneth, yea, even pineth for the courts of the Lord ; my heart and 
my flesh sing for joy unto the living God. 

Blessed are they that dwell in Thy house, they are ever praising Thee. 

They go from strength to strength, every one of them appeareth before God 
in Zion. 

Lord. God of Hosts, hear my prayer; give ear, God of Jacob. 
For a day in Thy courts is better than a thousand ; 

1 had rather stand at the threshold of the house of my God than to dwell 
in the tents of wickedness. 

For the Lord God is a sun and a shield ; the Lord giveth grace and glory ; 
no good thing will He withhold from them that walk uprightly. 

O Lord of Hosts, blessed is the man that trnsteth in Thee. (Psalm S£) 

( Con gregation sta n (Jin g ) 
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Praise ye the Lord to whom all praise is due. 

Bor'chu es adonoy hamm'voroch. 

CONGREGATION : 

Praised be the Lord to whom all praise is due forever and ever. 



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We praise thee, O Lord, our God, Ruler of the world, who in Thy mercy 
causes! light to shine over the earth and all its inhabitants, and renewest daily 
in mercy the works of creation. How manifold are Thy works, O Eternal ; 
in wisdom hast Thou made them all. The earth is full of Thy possessions. 
Thou formest light and darkness, ordainest the good and the evil, bringest har- 
mony into nature and peace to the heart of man. 

HEAR, ISRAEL, THE LORD OUR GOD, THE LORD IS ONE. 

Shema yisroel adonoy elohenu adonoy echod. 



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Thou shall love the Lord, thy God, with all thy heart, with all thy soul 
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God. who art our refuge and our help, we glorify Thy name as did our 
fathers in ancient days. 

Who is like Thee among the mighty, O Lord, who is like Thee glorious in 
holiness, extolled in praises, working wonders. 



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8. PRAYER 

Our Father in Heaven, we thank Thee for our lives which Thou nasi given 
to us and for Thy loving kindness which Thou dost show t<> us day by day. 

All that we have we owe to Thee. May we feel Thy presence with us at all 
times and in all places, in our homes and in our school, in our work and in 
our play. 

May no wicked thought dwell in our hearts. May no evil deed .-tain our 
hands. Keep our tongue from Bpeaking unkind words. Let the law of truth 
be <ver on our lips. Grant us the desire and the strength to do all Thou 
wouldst have us do. Teach us to be servants of righteousness, loving all Thy 

creatures, that we may find favor in Thy sight and in the eyes of our 
fellowmen. Amen. 



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May the Lord guard our jjoing out and our coming in from this time fort! 

even forever. Amen. 



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2. RESPONSIVE READING 

sing unto the Lord a new song; sing unto the Lord, all the earth. 

Sing unto the Lord, bless His name ; proclaim His salvation from day to day. 

Declare His glory among the nations, His marvelous works among all the 
peoples. 

Honor and majesty are before Him ; strength and beauty are in His sanctuary. 

Ascribe unto the Lord, ye kindreds of the peoples, ascribe unto the Lord 
the glory due unto His name. 

worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness ; tremble before Him, all the 
earth. 

Say among the nations, the Lord reign eth; the world also is established 
that it cannot be moved. 

He will judge the world with righteousness and the peoples in His 
faithfulness. 

Let the heavens rejoice and the earth be glad; let the fields be joyful and 
all that is therein. (Psalm 96) 

Or the following psalm 

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all the earth. 

Serve the Lord with gladness ; come before His presence with song. 

Know ye that the Lord He is God; it is He that hath made us, and His 
we are — His people and the flock of His pasture. 

Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise ; give 
thanks unto Him and bless His name. 

For the Lord is good, His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endureth 
to all generations. (Psalm 100) 

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Praise ye the Lord to whom all praise is due. 

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and shalt speak of them when thou sittest in thy house, when thou walkest by 
the way, when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. Bind them as a sign 
upon thy hand, and let them be as frontlets between thine eyes. Write them 
upon the doorposts of thy house and upon thy gates. 

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instruction of our mothers. Aid us to be truthful, pure of heart, clean of lips, 
faithful in the performance of all our duties, even the lowliest. Help us to 
realize better each day that as descendents of Abraham a glorious inheritance 
has been entrusted to our keeping and that as members of the congregation of 
Israel it should be our endeavor to hallow Thy name, wherever we go, 
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The Lord grant strength unto His people, the Lord bless His people with 
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1. HYMN 

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The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament showeth His 
handiwork. 

Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night revealeth knowledge. 

The law of the Lord is perfect, restoring the soul ; 

The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simple. 

The precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart. 

The commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes. {Psalm 19) 

Or the following psalm 

The Lord is my shepherd ; I shall not want. 

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside still 
waters. 

He reviveth my soul ; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His 
name's sake. 

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, 

I will fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff they 
comfort me. 

Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies; Thou 
anointest my head with oil ; my cup runneth over. 

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; 

And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. {Psalm 23) 

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Bor'chu es adonoy hamm'voroch. 

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Thou hast been the help of our fathers in time of trouble and art our 
refuge in all generations. 

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reach of human knowledge and yet art near to the lowly heart. We thank 
Thee for our life and health, for our strength of body and mind. Bless us Thy 
children that w r e may show our gratitude to Thee in thought, word and deed. 
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our lips that our speech be always true, pure and kind. May wo glorify Thee 
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Lord, Thou hast searched me, and known me. 

Thou understandest my thought afar off. 

Whither shall I go from Thy spirit ? Or whither shall I flee from Thy 
presence ? 

If I ascend up into heaven, Thou art there; if I make my bed in the 
netherworld, behold, Thou art there. 

If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of 
the sea; 

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Even the darkness is not too dark for Thee; but the night shineth as the 
day; 

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everlasting. (Psalm 139) 

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Bless the Lord, my soul; and all that is within me, bless His holy 
name. 

Bless the Lord, my soul, and forget not all His benefits ; 

Who forgiveth all thine iniquity; who healeth all thy diseases. 

The Lord is full of compassion, gracious, slow to anger, and plenteous in 
mercy. 

For as the heaven is high above the earth, so great is His mercy toward 
them that fear Him. 

Like as a father hath compassion upon his children, so hath the Lord 
compassion upon them that fear Him. 

For He knoweth our frame; He remembereth that we are dust. 

As for man, his days are as grass ; as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth. 

For the wind passeth over it, and it is gone; and the place thereof knoweth 
it no more. 

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in wisdom hast Thou made them all. The earth is full of Thy possessions. 
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Thy children, from all evil; help us to be good and obedient; unselfish and 
loving to all around us. May we bring comfort to those who are in sorrow and 
share freely with those who are in need. Guard us from temptation and 
preserve us from envious thoughts and bad temper, and grant that Ave may 
always follow Thy commandments and never stray from the fold of Israel. 
Keep our footsteps wherever we go; shield and deliver us from all harm. 
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May the Lord bless thee and keep thee, 

May the Lord make His countenance to shine upon thee and be gracious 
unto thee. 

May the Lord lift up His countenance towards thee and give thee peace. 
Amen. 

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READER: 

Praise ye the Lord to whom all praise is due. 

Bor'chu es adonoy hamm'voroch. 
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Praised be the Lord to whom all praise is due forever and ever. 
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God, and the spirits of all flesh shall glorify Thee. Thou art God from ever- 
lasting to everlasting and besides Thee there is no Redeemer or Savior. Thou 
art the first and the last, the Lord of all generations. Thou rulest the world 
in kindness and all Thy creatures in mercy. Thee alone do we adore. 

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our God, wc, Thy little children, have come to our school to learn what 
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empty sounds, but may they sink deeply into our hearts and minds. May our 
joy in doing good grow from day to day. May we always remember to obey 
our dear parents, to be kind to other children and never harm anybody. Bless 
this our school, its teachers, its friends; bless all people. Amen. 

6. READER: 

He hath told thee, man, what is good. And what doth the Lord 
require of thee? Nothing but to do justly, to love mercy, and to walk 
humbly with thy God. 

7. READER: 

Let us adore the ever-living God, and render praises unto Him who spread 
out the heavens and established the earth, whose glory is revealed in the 
heavens above and whose greatness is manifest throughout the world. He is 
our God and there is none else. 

We bow our head and bend our knee and magnify the King of kings, the 
Holy One, the Everblest. 

Va-anachnu kor'im umishtachavim umodim lif'ne melech mal'che 
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10. HYMN 

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O Thou who makest peace in the heavens high, do Thou grant peace unto 
us and unto all Thy children. Amen. 



CHILDREN'S SERVICE 
VI. 

(FOR SABBATH) 
HYMN 

M I N I STER OR READER : 

My God, the soul which Thou hast given unto me came pure from Thee. 
Thou hast created it. Thou hast formed it. Thou hast breathed it into me. 
Thou hast preserved it in this body and at the appointed time, Thou wilt take 
it from this earth that it may enter upon the life everlasting. While the soul 
animates my being I will worship Thee, Sovereign of the world and Lord of all 
souls. Blessed be Thou, O Lord, in whose hands are the souls of all the living 
and the spirits of all flesh. 

(Congregation standing) 
MINISTER: 

Praise the Lord to whom all praise is due. 
Bor'chu es adonoy hamm'voroch. 

CONGREGATION : 

Praised be the Lord to whom all praise is due forever and ever. 
ALL SINGING 

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MINISTER OR READER : 

Praise be to Thee, O Lord our God, Ruler of the world, who in Thy mercy 
causest light to shine over the earth and all its inhabitants, and daily renewest 
the works of creation. How manifold are Thy works, () Eternal; in wisdom 
hast Thou made them all; the earth is full of Thy possessions. The heavens 
declare Thy glory and the firmament showeth Thy handiwork. Thou formest 
light and darkness, ordainest good out of evil, and bringest harmony into 
nature and peace to the heart of man. 

With love abounding hast Thou guided us, our God, and exceeding 
great compassion hast Thou shown unto us. Because our fathers believed and 
trusted in Thee, therefore hast Thou taught them the laws of life and shown 
them the way of wisdom. We beseech Thee, merciful Father, to grant us 

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discernment that we may understand and fulfill all the teachings of Thy word. 
Make us gladly obedient to Thy commandments and fill our hearts with love 
and reverence for Thee. In Thee we put our trust; we rejoice and delight with 
Thy help; for with Thee alone is salvation. Thou hast called us as the 
teachers of Thy law; Thou hast chosen us for a holy mission unto mankind; 
therefore do we joyfully lift up our voices and proclaim Thy unity. Blessed 
be Thou, God, who hast revealed Thy truth unto Israel. 

( Congregation standing) 
MINISTER : 

HEAR, O ISRAEL, THE LORD OUR GOD, THE LORD IS ONE. 

Shema yisroel adonoy elohenu adonoy echod. 

ALL SINGING 

Shema yisroel adonoy elohenu adonoy echod. 

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Praised be His glorious name forever and ever. 
Boruch shem k'vod malchuso l'olom voed. 

ALL SINGING 

Boruch shem k'vod malchuso l'olom voed. 

( Congregation sitting) 
ALL READING 

Thou shalt love the Lord thy God, with all thy heart, with all thy soul 
and with all thy might. And these words which I command thee this day 
shall be in thy heart. Thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and 
shalt speak of them when thou sittest in thy house, when thou walkest by the 
way, when thou liest down, and when thou risest up. Bind them as a sign 
upon thy hand and let them be as frontlets between thine eyes. Write them 
upon the doorposts of thy house and upon thy gates. To the end that ye may 
remember and do all my commandments and be holy unto your God. 

READER : 

Who is like unto Thee among the mighty, Lord, who is like unto Thee 
glorious in holiness, extolled in praises, working wonders ? 

ALL SINGING 

Mi chomocho boelim adonoy, mi chkomocho nedor bakodesh noroh 
s'hilos oseh feleh. 

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READER : 

God reigneth forever and ever. 
CONGREGATION : 

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Eternal, our God, and God of our fathers, Almighty Ruler of the universe, 
who renderest just reward unto all Thy creatures, eternal is Thy love, as Thy 
might is infinite. Thou sustainest in mercy the living, Thou upholdest the 
falling, healest the sick, freest the imprisoned, and fulfilest Thy gracious prom- 
ise of immortal life to those who sleep in the dust. Blessed art Thou, God, 
perfect in justice and holiness. 

( Congregation standing') 
READER : 

We hallow Thy name on earth even as it is hallowed in heaven, and in 
the words of the prophet we say : 

Kodosh, kodosh, kodosh, adonoy ts'voos m'lo chol hoorets k'vodo. 

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Praised be the glory of God, in all places of His dominion. 
Boruch k'vod adonoy mim'komo. 

READER : 

God will reign forever, Thy God, Zion, from generation to generation. 
Hallelujah. 

Yimloch adonoy l'olom elohayich tsion l'dor vodor hallaluyoh. 

READER : 

Grant, O God, that our rest on this Sabbath may be acceptable to Thee. 
May we, sanctified through Thy commandments, become. sharers in the bless- 
ings of Thy word. Teach us to be satisfied with the gifts of Thy goodness and 
gratefully to rejoice in all Thy mercies. Purify our hearts that we may serve 
Thee in truth. help us to preserve the Sabbath as Israel's heritage from 
generation to generation, that it may ever bring rest and joy, peace and comfort 
to the dwellings of our brethren, and through it Thy name be hallowed in all 
the earth. 

Look with kindness, God, upon Israel, Thy people, may their prayers 
be accceptable to Thee. Praised be Thou, Lord, whom alone we will serve 
in reverence. 

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ALL. READING 

We gratefully acknowledge, Lord, our God, that Thou art our Creator 
and Preserver, the Rock of our life, and the Shield of our help. We render 
thanks unto Thee for our lives which are in Thy hands, for our souls which are 
ever in Thy keeping, for Thy wondrous providence, and for Thy continuous 
goodness, which Thou bestowest upon us day by day. Truly Thy mercies 
never fail and Thy loving kindness never ceases. Therefore in Thee do we 
forever put our trust. 

HEADER: 

Grant us peace, Thy most precious gift, Thou eternal source of peace, 
and enable Israel to be a messenger of peace unto the peoples of the earth. 
Bless our country that it may ever be a stronghold of peace, and its advocate 
in the councils of nations. May contentment reign within its borders, health 
and happiness within its homes. Strengthen the bonds of friendship and fel- 
lowship between all the inhabitants of our land. Plant virtue in every soul 
and may love of Thy name hallow every home and every heart. Praised be 
Thou, O Lord, giver of peace. 



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Let us adore the ever-living God, and render praise unto Him who spread 
out the heavens and estabished the earth, whose glory is revealed in the 
heavens above and whose greatness is manifest throughout the world; He is our 
God, there is none esle. We bow our head and bend our knee and magnify 
the King of kings, the Holy One the Everblest. 

ALL SINGING 

Va-anachnu kor'im umishtachavim umodim lifne melech mal'che hamm'- 
lochim hakodosh boruch hu. 

( Congregation sitting) 
PRAYER 

With love for Thee, Lord, our God, we have entered Thy holy temple 
to welcome the Sabbath day which invites us to enjoy the blessings of rest and 
peace. Thou art near to us in this place, and wherever we call upon Thee 
Thou wilt come to us and bless us. On this Sabbath day may we look back 
upon the past week and reflect earnestly upon the way we have used the 
fleeting moments. Be with us in the coming week that we may be faithful to 
all our duties. Make us glad that there is so much of joy in the world, and 
may we ever be eager to spread around us the light of happiness, of love and 
goodwill. May this day bring peace to our hearts and joy to our souls. Amen. 

ALL SINGING 

BENEDICTION 

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CHILDREN'S SERVICE 
VII. 

(FOR PASSOVER, PENTECOST AND TABERNACLES) 

1. HYMN 

2. RESPONSIVE READING 

Hallelujah, Praise, O ye servants of the Lord, praise the name of the Lord. 

Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time forth and forever. 

From the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof the Lord's name 
is praised. 

The Lord is high above all the nations, His glory is above the heavens. 

Who is like the Lord, our God, that is enthroned on High ? 

Who raiseth up the poor out of the dust, and lifteth up the needy out of the 
dunghill ; 

That He may set him with princes, even with the princes of His people, 

He maketh the forsaken to dwell in her house, as a joyful mother of children. 
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Out of my straits I called upon the Lord, lie answered me with great 
enlargement. 

The Lord is for me I will not fear ; — what can man do unto me. 
It is hetter to take refuse in the Lord than to trust in man. 
It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust to princes. 
All nations compass me about, verily in the name of the Lord I will cut 
them off. 

The Lord is my strength and song, and He is become my salvation. 

1 -hall not die, hut live, and declare the works of the Lord. 

The Lord hath chastened me sore, but He hath not given me over unto death. 
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This is the day which the Lord hath made, we will rejoice and be glad in it, 
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Our God and Father, bestow upon us and all who worship here to-day the 
blessing of Thy holy festivals, may we so celebrate them as to be worthy of 
Thy benediction. Sanctify us through Thy commandments and give us a 
pure heart that we may serve Thee in truth. May our prayers be acceptable 
unto Thee, and grant that we and all Israel may enjoy this holy festival in love 
and gladness. Be praised, O God, who sanctifiest Israel and the festivals. 
Amen. 

READER: 

Praise ye the Lord to whom all praise is due. 
Bor'chu es adonoy hamm'voroch. 

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Praised be the Lord to whom all praise is due forever and ever. 

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God, and God of our fathers, we raise our voices unto Thee on this 
Passover festival in prayers and songs of thanksgiving, as we recall the won- 
derful story of Israel's redemption from the land of Egypt. Thou didst 
deliver our forefathers from the taskmaster's yoke that Israel might proclaim 

before the nations of the earth that Thou rulest over all, the One, All-knowing 
and All-merciful God. 

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fathers from bondage. We beseech Thee, O Thou who humblest the proud 
and liftest up the lowly, that Thou mayest make us ever mindful of our duty 
to use the divine gift of freedom as an opportunity to serve Thee in truth and 
in faithfulness and with a cheerful heart. 

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had been strangers in Egypt, and didst enjoin them in memory of their own 
hardships as slaves to he solicitous that their servants should enjoy the bless- 
ing of rest upon the Sabbath, Oh, make us eager to lighten the burdens of 
those who arc dependent upon us, and may the unleavened bread and the 
bitter herbs of the Passover, remind us to feel more deeply for the woes of the 
oppressed, the poor and the afflicted. 

We thank Thee for the freedom which we enjoy in this land of liberty. 
Aid us to understand that there is no real freedom except for those who walk in 
the light of Thy knowledge, practicing charity, discarding selfishness, and 
devoting their lives to the welfare of all. 

O God, grant deliverance to those who still suffer from tyranny and 
persecution. Send them Thy help speedily. As the sun pours down from on 
high a flood of light and warmth, so may Thy message of love and hope, of 
justice and righteousness, of peace and good-will penetrate to the ends of the 
earth and gladden every heart. Amen. 

(FOR PENTECOST) 

God, we raise our hearts and our voices in thankfulness to Thee on this 
day which Thou hast appointed for us to rejoice and be glad thereon. Thou 
didst give unto our fathers laws of righteousness that they might Live by them 
and not die. Thou didst betroth them unto Thee forever and in their hearts 
was enkindled the earnest desire to be unto Thee a kingdom of priests and a 
holy people. Thy commandments were a lamp to their path and a light to 
their feet, and faithfully observing the covenant of Sinai, they guarded the 
flame of Thy truth while gross darkness prevailed around them. We, too, 
would hearken unto Thee and obey Thy will to serve Thee with a pure and 
perfect heart. Oh, reveal Thyself to us and let Thy law he engraved on the 
tablets of our hearts. Bless the continuants, who at this season profess their 
allegiance to the religion of their fathers; may they be strengthened in every 
good resolve; may they dwell forever in the house of the Lord. We praise 
Thee for the love of truth Thou hast implanted in our souls, for the sacred 
inheritance of our forefathers have transmitted t<> us. for the beautiful world 
Thou nasi given us, and for the countless blessings Thou bestowest upon us 
from day to day. Grant us peace now and evermore. Amen. 

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(FOR TABERNACLES) 

Our God and Father, Source 6f all life and strength, who fillest heaven 
with Thy glory, and earth with Thy goodness, we give Thee most humble and 
earnest thanks for the blessings of this joyous harvest festival. With the fruit 
of goodly trees and with palm-branches we come before Thee to praise Thee 
for the bountiful provision Thou makest for the wants of Thy children. Thou 
givest rain from heaven, and fruitful seasons. Thou fillest our homes with 
food and our hearts with gladness. We would offer Thee our joyful Thanks- 
giving for the harvest of the fields, and for all the increase which the fertile 
earth has yielded. Thou hast ordered the course of the changing seasons and 
hast appointed a time for sowing and a time for reaping. Thou hast prepared 
for man a reward for his labor, and hast given all that is needful for his 
happiness. May we enjoy the gifts of Thy bounty, in wisdom, temperance, 
and thankfulness, ever mindful of the love that bestowed them. 

We rejoice in the memory of Thy care for our forefathers in their wanderings 
through the wilderness, and Thy loving kindness to their children in all 
generations. Though we dwell in booths that endure for but a short time, 
Thou wilt shield us from harm. Thou, Lord, art a very present help in time 
of trouble. Thou givest strength to the feeble and courage to the sorrowing. 
As a pillar of cloud by day and as a pillar of fire by night Thou leadest 
through the trackless desert those that trust Thee. May the remembrance of 
Thy goodness towards us make us kind and gracious towards all our brethren 
whom we may serve and cheer. Help us to be generous and thoughtful, 
eager to assist the needy and to aid the orphan and widow, and thus show our 
gratitude towards Thee, and become more truly deserving of Thy countless 
mercies. Amen. 

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May the Lord bless thee and keep thee, may the Lord make His counte- 
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countenance towards thee and give thee peace. Amen. 



CHILDREN'S SERVICE 
VIII. 

(FOR HANUKKAH AND PURIM) 

1. HY3IN 

2. RESPONSIVE READING 

Hallelujah, praise, ye servants of the Lord, praise the name of the Lord. 
Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time forth and forever. 
From the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof the Lord's name 
is praised. 

The Lord is high above all nations, His glory is above the heavens. 
"Who is like the Lord, our God, that is enthroned on high? 

Who raiseth up the poor out of the dust, and lifteth up the needy out of the 
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Out of my straits I called upon the Lord; He answered me with great 
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The Lord is for me, I will not fear;— what can man do unto me? 

It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in man. 

It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in princes. 

Thou didst thrust sore at me that I might fall; but the Lord helped me. 

The Lord is my strength and song ; and He is become my salvation. 

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Praise he to Thee, O Lord, our God, Ruler of the world, who in Thy mercy 
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Thou shalt love the Lord, thy God, with all thy heart, with all thy soul 
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O God we have heard with our ears, our fathers have told us, a work Thou 
didst in their days, in the days of old. 

For not by their own sword did they get the land in possession, neither did 
their own arm save them ; 

But Thy right hand, and Thine arm and the light of Thy countenance, 
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Thou art my King, God ; command the salvation of Jacob. 

For I trust not in my bow, neither can my sword save me. 

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(FOR HANUKKAH) 



Everlasting God, and God of our fathers, with joyous iiearts we, children 
of Israel, praise Thee, and thank Thee for Thy wonderful deeds of yore. 
We thank Thee that Thou hast watched over Thy people in all times and when 
they were in the deepest darkness, Thou didst send them the light of Thy 
deliverance. Marvellously didst Thou reveal the might of Thy hand and the 
victory of Thy truth when, in ancient times, the oppressor sought to destroy 
Thy servant and priest-people. Then didst Thou inspire Mattathias and his 
sons, then didst Thou fill the hearts of the Maccabeans with self-sacrificing and 
death-defying valor. Then didst Thou hearten the sons of Israel that they 
followed the call to lav down their lives for Thy law and to testify to their faith 
in Thee. 

Not unto us, Lord, not unto us, but unto Thee, be the glory, for Thou 
didst contend for those who were faithful to Thee. And thus Thou didst make 
the weak triumph over the strong, the few over the many, the righteous over 
the wicked, the loyal over the faithless — those who were pure in heart over 
those who would desecrate Thy holy place. 

307 



And therefore, Peeling thai Thine was the victory, our fathers of old, with 
joy, celebrated their triumph, cleansed the sanctuary, re-kindled the lights, 
re-dedicated Thy house and consecrated themselves anew to Thy service. 

And so do we, Thy children, to-day, dedicate ourselves to Thee. Help 1; 
(iod, that by our faithfulness in thought and deed, we never deny Thy Name 
before men, and always show ourselves worthy sons and daughters of [srael. 
Make our souls temples that Thou mayest dwell in them; that they he cleansed 
from all evil. Let the light of Thy truth ever lead us and be our salvation, so 
that doing Thy will bravely and steadfastly, we may bring joy to ourselves and 
our loved ones and sanctify Thy Name in Israel. Amen. 

(FOR PURIM) 

We remember with gratitude, Guardian of Israel, the aid which Thou 
didst extend to our fathers in the days of Mordecai and Esther when the cruel 
plot of Hainan was devised to destroy all the Israelites of the great Persian 
empire. By Thy grace the dreadful calamity was averted from Thy people, 
and the enemy was caught in the snare which he had laid for the guiltless. 
As in those days, so through all the centuries since then, when cruel foes arose 
against us and sought to destroy us, Thy help has never been withheld from us. 
May we ever bear in mind the struggles and the sufferings of our forefathers 
that they might be Thy witnesses to the peoples of the earth. May we he true 
to our religion and fearless in the performance of our duties as champions of 
Thy name. Hasten the time, God, when all hatred, all prejudice and per- 
secution shall vanish from the earth. Let all men recognize that Thou, O 
Heavenly Father, hast created them and that they are brothers. United by a 
common faith in Thee, may all men labor together in peace and love. A men. 



8. ALL SINGING 

May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be accept- 
able in Thy sight, Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer. 

9. LIGHTING OF THE CANDLES 

10. HYMN—" Rock of Ages " 

11. EXERCISES AND ADDRESS 
V2. BENEDICTION 



B06 



ANTHEM-TEXTS 

(in alphabetical order according to the first lines) 

I. 

(SCRIPTURE WORDS) 
I 

As the hart panteth after the water-brooks, even so panteth my soul after 
Thee, God. 

My soul thirsteth for God, for the living God: when shall I come and 
appear before Him ? 

My tears have been my meat day and night, while they continually say 
unto me, where is now thy God ? 

Why art thou cast down, my soul ? and why art thou disquieted within 
me? 

Hope thou in God, for I shall yet praise Him who is my salvation and my 

help. ( Psalm 42 : 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 ) Music by Charles F. Gounod 

Schirmer 

II 

"Behold there shall be a day, when the watchman upon the mountain top 
shall cry aloud: "Arise ye! get ye up unto Mount Zion, unto the Lord your 
God." 

For thus saith the Lord: Fear not now, O Israel, neither be thou dismayed. 

Refrain thy voice from weeping, and thine eyes from tears ; for I, the 
Lord, am with thee, and will save thee, I have loved thee with everlasting 
love, and have redeemed thee. 

Why criest thou in thine affliction? Why mournest thou in nightly 
watches? I have redeemed thee. 

Therefore, thus saith the Lord: Sing ye aloud with gladness! Thy mourn- 
ing is turned into joy! I, even I, have redeemed thee. Be glad and rejoice! 

Thy sorrows now are ended, and great shall be thy peace. (Jeremiah 31 : 

O—lb ) Music by Max Snicker 

Sch inner Octavo, No. 4004 

III 

Bow down Thine ear, Lord, and hear me ; for I am poor and in misery. 

Preserve Thou my soul, for I am godly : my God, save Thy servant that 
putteth his trust in Thee. 

Be merciful unto me, Lord ; for unto Thee do I cry all the day long. 

For Thou art great, and doest wondrous things; Thou art God alone. 
{Psalm 86 : 1, 2, 3, 10 ) Mualc hv w . G . Qwst 

Schirmer Octavo, No. 6752 
309 



IV 

Doth not wisdom cry, and understanding lift up her voice? 

Unto you, O men, I call, and my voice is to the sons of men. 

I love them that love me, and they that seek me early shall find me. 

Riches and honor arc with me. 

Now therefore hearken to me, ye children; for hlessed are they that 
keep my ways. 

Blessed is the man that heareth me, watching daily at my gates, waiting 
:it the posts of my doors. 

For whoso findeth me, fmdeth life. (Proverbs 8: 1, 4, 17, 18, 32, 34, 85) 

Music by James H. Row 
Schlrmer Octavo, No.5188 



Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it. 

How amiable are Thy dwellings, O Lord of Hosts. 

My soul longeth for God, yea, even fainteth for the courts of the Lord. 
My heart and my flesh crieth out for the living God. 

Yea, the sparrow hath found her a house, and the swallow a nest for 
herself. 

Even Thine altars, Lord of Hosts, my King and my God. (Psalm 127 : 

1; 84: 1, 2, 3) Music by W. W. Gilchrist 

SehirnuT 

VI 

Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised in the city of our God, in the 

mountain of His holiness. 

We have thought of Thy loving kindness in the midst of Thy temple. 

According to Thy name, God, so is Thy praise unto the ends of the earth. 

For this God is our God for ever and ever; lie will be our guide even unto 

death. (Psalm 48: 1, 9, 10, 14) Music by P. J. Haydn 

H.s. Qoraoo 

VII 

Hear, Lord, and have mercy upon me; Lord, be Thou my helper. Thou 
hast turned for me my mourning into dancing, Thou hast put off my sackcloth 
and girded me with gladness ; to the end that my glory may sing praise to 
Thee and not be silent. Lord, my God, I will give thanks to Thee. (Psalm 

30: 10, 11, 12) Music by Lewis M. Isaacs 

I.uckhardt and Ueldor (10 K. lTth'st., N. V.i No. LT, 

VIII 

Hearken, Lord, to my petition, and incline Thine ear. () Lord, speedily 
make answer, for my heart is faint. 

Teach me to do Thy will, show me the way to walk in, for Thou art my 
God, Thy Spirit is good. (Ptahm h' r ) : 1, 7, 10) Muslcby M.C. MacKensie 

Novello 
310 



IX 

Hearken unto me, ye that seek' the Lord, hearken unto me, my people, and 
look unto the rock whence ye are hewn. 

Hearken unto me, ye that follow after righteousness. 

For the Lord shall comfort Zion, He will comfort all her waste places, He 
will make her wilderness like Eden, joy and gladness shall be found therein, 
joy and the voice of melody. 

Look unto Abraham, your father, and unto Sarah that bare you. For I 
called him alone and blessed him and increased him. 

Hearken unto me, my people, and give ear unto me, mine arms shall 

judge the people. (Isaiah 51: 1, 2, 3, 4-, 5) Music by Frederick Stevenson 

Ditson, No. 12413 

X 

Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no 
money ; come ye, buy and eat. 

Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread ? and your labor 
for that which satisfieth not ? hearken diligently unto me, eat ye that which is 
good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness. 

Incline your ear, and come unto me, hear, and your soul shall live. 

Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts 
and let him return unto the Lord, and He will have mercy upon him, and 
unto our God, for He will abundantly pardon. 

Then ye shall go out with joy, and be led forth with peace ; the mountains 
and hills shall break forth before you into singing, and all the trees of the 
fields shall clap their hands. 

Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir-tree and instead of the briar 
shall come up the myrtle tree. (Isaiah 4- •' 1, 2, 3, 7, 12, 13 ) 



Music by Geo. C. Martin 
Schirruer 



XI 



Incline Thine ear to me, Lord, make haste to deliver me ; oh, save me 
for Thy mercy's sake. (Psalm 31: 2; 6 ; 4-) Music by f. h. Himmei 



Schirnier Octavo, No. 801 



XII 



I will extol Thee, my God, King, and I will praise Thy name for ever 
and ever. 

Every day will I bless Thee, and I will praise Thy name for evermore. 

Great' is the Lord our God, and greatly to be praised; and His greatness 
is unsearchable. 

The Lord is gracious and full of compassion; slow to anger and of great 
mercy. 

Glory be to God, the only God, the everlasting God. Let hallelujahs swell 
His praise for evermore. Amen. (Psalm 145: 1. 2,3, 8. and composite) 

Music by Wenham Smith 
311 Schirmer 



XIII 

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills; from whence eometh my help? 
My help eometh from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. 
He will not Buffer thy foot to be moved; He that keepeth thee will not 
slumher. 

Behold He that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor Bleep. 
The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil; He shall preserve thy soul. 
The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time 
forth and for evermore. (Psalin 121: J. 0, 3, 4, 7, 8) 



Music by I liiirv L. I !aae 
Luckhardt and Bolder, No. 87 



XIV 



I waited for the Lord, He inclined unto me, He heard my complaint. 
hiessed are they that hope and trust in the Lord. (Psalm 40 : 1, 4 ) 



Music by F. Mendelssohn 
Novello 



XV 



I will mention the loving kindness of the Lord, and the praises of the 
Lord, according to all that the Lord, hath bestowed on us. 

For he said, Surely they are my people, children that will not lie : so he 
was their saviour. 

In all their affliction he was afflicted, and the angel of his presence saved 
them; and he bare them and carried them all the days of old. 

So didst thou lead thy people, to make thyself a glorious name. 

Look down from the heaven, and behold from the habitation of thy holi- 

and of the glory : where is thy zeal and thy strength ? 

Doubtless thou art our Father, our Redeemer: Thy name is from ever- 
lasting, (haiah 63 : 7-9, 14.-16 ) Music by a. Bullivan 

Schirmer 

XVI 

I will magnify Thee, God, my King, and praise Thy name for ever and 
ever. 

The eyes of all wait upon Thee, O God ; 

Thou openest Thy hand, and fillest all things living with plenteousness. 

The Lord is righteous in all His ways and holy in all His works. 

The Lord is nigh unto them that call upon Him, that call upon Him in 
truth. (/W//i 14o : 1, 15, 16, 17, IS) If aslc by James H. Rodgen 



Schirmer < ►ctavo, No 



XVII 



Lord, how long wilt Thou forget me? how long wilt Thou hide Thy face 
in anger from mi 

How long within my soul shall I seek for counsel, having sorrow in my 
spirit daily? how long must I see mine enemy over me triumph? 

312 



Hear my cry, and consider me, Lofd, my God : let mine eyes be light- 
ened, lest I Bleep in death, lest I slumber in darkness ; have mercy, lest the 
Bleep of death should overtake me: 

And lest my foe, triumphant, boast he hath prevailed, and they that trouble 
me rejoice with cruel joy that I am brought low. 

But I will trust Thy mercy, which Thou hast shown toward me. My 
heart doth rejoice, for Thou art all-gracious. 

My mouth shall sing Thy praises for all Thy goodness to me. (Psalm IS: 

l—O ) Music by J. P> rah ins 

Novello 

XVIII 

Lord, who shall dwell in Thy tabernacle, or who shall rest upon Thv holv 
hill? 

Even he that leadeth an uncorrupt life, even he that doeth the thing which 
is right, and speaketh the truth from His heart. 

He that hath used no deceit in his tongue, nor done evil to his neighbor. 

He that sitteth not by himself, but is lowly in his own eyes, and maketh 
much for them that fear the Lord. 

He that sweareth unto his neighbor, and disappointeth him not, though it 
were to his own hindrance. 

He that hath not given his money upon usury, nor taken reward against 
the innocent. 

Whoso doeth these things shall never fail. (Psalm 15 ) 



Music by L. Varley Roberts 
Novello 



XIX 



blessed are they that love Thee, for they shall rejoice in Thy peace. 
Blessed are they that have been sorrowful for Thy scourges. 
They shall rejoice in Thee when they have seen Thy glory and shall be 
glad for evermore. ( Composite ) Music by Russell King Miiier 

Schirmer 

XX 

O love the Lord, all ye his saints. 

Be of good courage and He shall strengthen your hearts. 
Bow down Thine ear to me, deliver me speedily, be Thou my strong rock, 
for a house of defence to save me. 

Into Thy hand I commit my spirit. 

Thou hast redeemed me, Lord. God of truth. (Psalm SI : J. ■'. 2S t 2£) 

Music by I i. B. Nevin 
Win. Maxwell Music Co., 96 Fifth Ave ., N. V. 

XXI 

Lord, how manifold Thy works; in wisdom hast Thou made them all; 
the earth is full of Thy riches. 

So is the great and wide sea, wherein arc things creeping innumerable, both 
small and great beasts. 

313 



There go the ships, there is the leviathan which Thou hast made. 
These wait all upon Thee that Thou mayest give them their meat in due 
season. 

Thou openest Thy hand, they are filled with good. 

The glory of the Lord shall endure for ever; the Lord rejoice in His works. 

(Psalm 104 •' --''--£, 81) Music by James H. Rogen 

Schirmer Octavo, No. 5754 

XXII 

God, my heart is ready, I will sing and give praise: Awake up my glory' 
awake, psaltery and harp; I myself will awake right early. I will praise Thee' 
O Lord, among the people: I will sing unto Thee among the nations. For Thy 
mercy is great unto the heavens, and Thy truth unto the clouds. Be Thou ex- 
alted, God, unto the heavens, let Thy glory be above all the earth. (Psalm 

57 : 7-11 ) Music by S. B. Whitney 

A. P. Schmidt 

XXIII 

Lord, my God, hear Thou the prayer Thy servant prayeth, have Thou 
respect unto his prayer. Hear Thou in heaven Thy dwelling place, and when 
Thou hearest, Lord, forgive. (/. Kings 8 : 30) Music by r. Cecil Klein 

Schirmer 

XXIV 

O praise God in His holiness ; praise Him in the firmament of His power. 

Praise Him in His noble acts, according to His excellent greatness. 

Praise Him in the sound of the trumpet : praise Him upon the lute and 
harp. 

Praise Him in the cymbals and dances: praise Him upon the strings and 
pipe. 

Praise Him upon the well-tuned cymbals : praise Him upon the loud 
cymbals. 

Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. Music by Theo. Distin 

Novello 

XXV 

sing unto the Lord a new song ; for He hath done marvellous things ; 
His right hand, and His holy arm, hath gotten Him the victory. 

The Lord hath made known His salvation ; His righteousness hath He 
openly shewed in the sight of the heathen. 

He hath remembered His mercy and His truth toward the house of Israel; 
all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God. 

Make a joyful sound unto the Lord, all the earth; make a loud sound, and 
rejoice, and sing praise. 

Sing unto the Lord with the harp; with the harp, and the voice of a psalm. 

With trumpets and sound of cornet make a joyful noise before the Lord, 
the King. 

Let the sea roar, and the fullness thereof ; let sing they that dwell therein. 

314 



Let the floods clap their hands: let the hills be joyful together 
Before the Lord ; for He cometh to judge the earth : with righteousness 
shall He judge the world, and the people with equity. (Psalm 98 : 1-9 ) 



Music by Horatio Parker 
Novello 



XXVI 



Out of heaven the Lord hath made thee to hear His voice. 

Be of good comfort, arise; He calleth thee, and will bring thee by a way, 
a way thou knowest not. 

He will lead thee in paths thou hast not known, and darkness shall be 
light before thee. 

The Lord redeemeth the soul of His servants, and none of them that trust 
in Him shall be desolate. 

The Lord thy God shall bless thee in all that thou doest. 

Blessed shalt thou be in the city, blessed shalt thou be in the field, blessed 
shalt thou be when thou comest in, blessed shalt thou be when thou goest out. 

For the Lord thy God is with thee, from this time forth and for evermore. 
Blessed be thou w T hen thou goest out. Amen. Music by f. h. cowen 

Sehirmer 

XXVII 

Out of the deep I called unto Thee, Lord; Lord, my God, I pray Thee, 
hear my crying. 

Let Thine ears well consider the voice of my supplication. 

Shouldst Thou be extreme, Lord, to mark our sins, Lord, my God, who 
may abide it ? 

There is mercy with Thee; yea,' with Thee is mercy, therefore shalt Thou 
be feared. (Psalm 130 : 1-Jf ) Music by l. spohr 

Novello 

XXVIII 

Ponder my words, Lord: consider my meditation. hearken Thou to 
the voice of my calling, my King and my God. (Psalm 5 : 1, 2 ) 

Music by F. F. Harker 
Schirmer Octavo, No. 5821 

XXIX 

Praise the Lord, Jerusalem, praise thy God, Zion ! For He hath made 
fast the bars of thy gates, and hath blessed thy children w T ithin thee. 

The Lord is gracious and full of compassion, slow r to anger, and of great 
goodness. The Lord is good to all, and His tender mercies are over all His 
works. All Thv works praise Thee, Lord, and Thy saints give thanks unto 
Thee. 

The valleys stand so thick with corn that they laugh and sing. (Psalm 

U7: 12, IS; '145: 8-10; 65: U) J. H. Maunder 

Novello 
315 



XXX 

Praise the Lord, and call upon His name; declare His doings among the 
people; make mention of His name, that His name is exalted; thus will I 
bless Thee while I live. 

The Lord will give strength to His people; He will bless His people with 
peace. 

Blessing and glory, and honor and power he unto our God forever. Hal- 
lelujah! Amen. (Psalm 29 : 11 and composite) Music by Geo. A. Bnrdette 

A. P. Schmidt 

XXXI 

Praise ye the Lord, ye servants of the Lord, praise ye the name of the 
Lord. 

He watereth the hills from His chambers ; the earth is satisfied with the 
fruit of Thy works. 

He causeth the grass to grow for the cattle, and hero for the service of 
man, that he may bring forth food out of the earth. (Psalm 113 : 1 ; 104 : 13, 

14- ) Music by W. G. Owst 

Schirmer 

XXXII 

Preserve me, God, for in Thee do I put my trust. 

Thou hast said unto the Lord, O my soul, Thou art my God ! my gladness 
is ever in Thee. 

And in the pious of the earth and the excellent, in them is all my delight. 
I will bless the Lord, who hath given me counsel. (Psalm 126 : 1-3, 7, S) 



Music i)%- c. K. Balaman 
Novello Musical Times, No. 520 



XXXIII 



Rejoice, ye righteous, for praise is comely for the upright 

Praise the Lord with harp; sing unto Him with psaltery and an instrument 
of ten strings ! 

Sing unto Him a new song, play skilfully with a loud noise ! 

For the word of the Lord is right, and all His works are done in truth. 

He loveth righteousness and judgment; the earth is full of the wonders 
of the Lord. 

Blessed are the nations whose God is the Lord, and the people whom He 
has chosen for His own inheritance. (Psalm 33 : 1-5, 12) 



Music by Reinhold L. Hernutn 
A. ]'. Schmidt 



XXXIV 



- k ye the Lord while lie may he found, and call ye upon Him while He 
is near. Let the wicked forsake his ways, and the unrighteous man his thoughts; 
let him return unto the Lord, and lie will have mercy and abundantly pardon. 

( Tsaiafl 65 I 0, 7 ) Music by F. W. IVrry 

:\U\ Ditson 



XXXV 

Sing joyfully to the Lord, our strength; rejoice before the God of Jacob. 
Sound the trumpet at the new moon, at the return of our solemn feast. For 
this is a statute unto Israel, a law of the God of Jacob. (Psalm 81 : 2, 4, 5) 



Music by X. Seharwenka 
A. P. Schmidt Sacred Octavo, No. 508 



XXXVI 



Sing unto the Lord, all ye lands. 

Serve the Lord with gladness: come before His presence with singing. 

Know ye that the Lord He is God : it is He that hath made us, and not 
we ourselves: we are His people, and the sheep of His pasture. 

Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise : 
be thankful unto Him, and bless His name. 

For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting; and His truth endureth to 
all generations. (Psalm 100 : 1, 2, 2, 4, 5 ) Music by a. J. Davis 

Luckhardt and Belder 

XXXVII 

Sing we merrily unto God, our strength; make a cheerful noise unto the 
God of Jacob. 

Take the psalm, bring hither the tabret, the merry harp with the lute. 

(Psalm 81 : i, 2) Music by T. Wolstenholme 

Schirmer Series ix, No. 1074 

XXXVIII 

Teach me, Lord, and make me to know my end, and the measure of 
my days on earth that I must depart from here. 

Behold Thou hast made an handbreath my days, as naught before Thee. 

As nothing is all mankind, yet in vanity are the people living. 

Each man walketh blindly in vain show; 

Surely they are disquieted in vain; he storeth and knoweth not who shall 
gather it. 

Lord, remove Thine anger from me, for I am consumed by the blow of 
Thy hand. 

O Lord, hear my prayer, and give ear unto my crying, and be not silent 
at my weeping. 

For I am a stranger with Thee and a sojourner as my fathers. 

spare me, that I may recover before I go hence and be no more. 

(Psalm 39 ) Music by Demetrius Bortniansky 

Schirmer Musical Art Society, No. 52 

XXXIX 

Thanks be to God; He laveth the thirsty land. 

The waters gather, they rush along, they are lifting their voices. 

The stormy billows are high, their fury is mighty. 

But the Lord is above them and Almighty. (Prom "Elijah'') 

Music by F. Mendelssohn 
317 Schirmer Octavo, No. 3742 



XL 

The Lord is Shepherd, 1 shall not want. 

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures, He leadeth me beside the 
still waters. 

He restoreth my soul, He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His 

name's sake. 

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear 
no evil, for Thou art with me, Thy rod and Thy stalT. they comforl me. 

Surely goodness and mercy Bhall follow me all the days of my life, and I 
will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. (Psalm 23: 1-4, 6)* 

Music by G. A. Maefarron 
Ditsou No. 304 

XLI 

The earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof. 

For He hath founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the floods. 

Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? or who shall stand in His 
holy place. 

He that hath clean hands and a pure heart, who hath not lifted his soul 
unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 

He shall receive a blessing from the Lord, and righteousness from the God 

of his salvation. (Psalm 24: 1, 2, 3, 4, o) Music by James H. Bogen 

Dltsoo No. 12422 

XLII 

The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is 
the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? 

Wait on the Lord; be strong and let thine heart take courage ; yea, wait 
thou on the Lord. (Psalm 27 : 1,14) Music by X. Scnarwenka 

A. P. Schmidt Octavo, No. 509 

XLIII 

The Lord is my Rock and my fortress and my deliverer ; 

In Him will I trust; my shield, my refuge, my saviour! 

I cried to my God in my distress and He heard me out of His temple. 

He rode upon cherubim, and did fly, and He was seen on the wings of 
the wind. 

He made darkness pavilions around Him, dark waters and thick clouds in 
the skits. 

The Lord thundered from heaven, and the Most High uttered His voice. 

The earth trembled and shook ; the foundations of heaven were moved, 
because !!<■ was wroth. (IISamud22: 2, 3, 7, c9, //. ;.\ 14) 



Music by B. Huntington Woodman 
Scbirmer 



XLTV 



The Lord -aid: "While 1 1 i < • earth remaineth, seed time and harvest, and 
cold and heat, and BUmmer and winter, and day and night, shall not erase." 

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be joyful in God, be joyful all .ye lands; sing praises unto the honor 
of His name, make His praise be glorious. 

The river of God is full of water; Thou preparest their corn, for so Thou 
providest the earth. Thou waterest her furrows, Thou sendest rain into the 
little alleys thereof. 

Thou makest it soft with the drops of rain, and lessest the increase of it. 

Sing unto God, O ye kingdoms of the earth, sing praises to the Lord. 



Music by Bertholu Tours 
Schirnier 



XLV 



The pillars of the earth are the Lord's and He hath set the world upon 
them. 

He will keep the feet of His saints ; and the wicked shall be silent in 
darkness; for by strength shall no man prevail. (I Samuel 2 : 8, 9) 



Music by James H. Rogers 
Ditson No. 12057 



XLVI 



The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them ; and the 
desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose. 

It shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice even with joy and singing : the 
glory of Lebanon shall be given unto it, the excellency of Carmel and Sharon; 
they shall see the glory of the Lord, and the excellency of our God. 

Strengthen ye the weak hands, and confirm the feeble knees. 

Say to them that are of fearful heart, Be strong, fear not : behold your 
God will come with vengeance, even God with a recompense, he will come and 
save you. 

Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall 
be unstopped. 

Then shall the lame man leap as an hart, and the tongue of the dumb 
sing: for in the wilderness shall water break out, and streams in the desert. 

And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called, The 
way of holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it; but it shall be for those : 
the way-faring men, though fools, shall not err therein. 

Xo lion shall be there : nor any ravenous beast shall go up thereon, it 
shall not be found there: but the redeemed shall walk there. 

And the ransomed of the Lord shall return, and come to Zion with songs, 
and everlasting joy upon their heads; they shall obtain joy and gladness, and 
sorrow and sighing shall flee them. (Isaiah 35 ) Music by John Goss 

Schirnier 

XLVII 

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee. 
The darkness is no darkness with Thee, but the night is as clear as the 
day; the darkness and light to thee are both alike. (Isaiah 26 : 3 ; Psalm 

139: 12) Music by Myles B F 

319 Schirnier 



XLYIII 

Thus saith the Lord, Behold, I create new heavens and a new earth: and 

the former shall not he remembered, nor come into mind. 

But be ye glad and rejoice forever in thai which I create : for, behold, I 
create Jerusalem a rejoicing, and her people a joy. 

And the voice of weeping shall be heard no more nor the voice of crying, 
and I will rejoice in Jerusalem. 

My tabernacle shall he with them, yea, I will he their God, and they shall 
he my people. 

And it shall he said in that day, Lo, this is our God, we have waited for 
him, we will he glad, we will rejoice in his salvation. 

I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and His 
train rilled the temple. 

Ahove it stood the Seraphim. 

And one cried unto another, and said Holv, Holy, Holv, is the Lord of 
Hosts. {Isaiah 65: 17, 18, 10; Ezek. 37: 27 ; Isaiah 25 : 9, 1,2, 3) 



5 

Music by A. R (Jaul 
I Utson 



XLIX 



Truly my soul waiteth upon God: from Him cometh my salvation. 

He only is my rock and my salvation, He is my defence ; I shall not be 
greatly moved. 

My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from Him. 

He only is my rock and my salvation: He is my defence ; I shall not be 
moved. 

In God is my salvation and my glory; the rock of my strength, and my 
refuge is in God. 

Trust in Him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before Him: 
God is a refuge for us. Amen. (Psalm 62: 1, 2, 5, 6, 7,8) 

Music by W. Rea 
Novello Musical Times, no. its 

L 

Turn Thy face from my sins and put out all my misdeeds; 

Make me a clean heart, God, and renew a right spirit within me. 

Cast me not away from Thy presence; 

And take not Thy Holy Spirit from me. (Psalm 51 : 9, 10, 11 ) 



Music by Russell King Miller 
Bchlrmer 



LI 



When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of 
strange language; 

Judali became His sanctuary, Israel His dominion. 

The sea saw it, and fled; Jordan was driven hack. 

The mountains skipped like rams, the little hills like young sheep. 

What aileth thee, () then sea, that thou fleest? Thou Jordan that thou 
turnesl hack ? 3 -jo 



Ye mountains that ye ski}) like rams, ye little hills like young sheep? 
Tremble, thou earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the 
( rod of Jacob; 

Which turned the rock into a standing water, the flint into a fountain 

of waters. {Psalm Hi) Music by Mendelssohn 

Novello 

LII 

Ye people, rend your hearts, and not your garments, for your transgres- 
sions; even as Elijah hath sealed the heavens through the word of God. I 
therefore say to ye, Forsake your idols, return to God; for He is slow to anger, 
and merciful, and kind, and gracious, and repenteth Him of the evil. 

If with all your hearts ye truly seek Me, ye shall ever truly find Me. Thus 
saith our God. 

that I knew where I might find Him ! that I might even come before 
His presence ! (Joel 2 : 12, 13 ; Deuteronomy 4 ■' ; Job 23 : 3) 

Music by Mendelssohn 
Schirmer 



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ANTHEM-TEXTS 
II. 

(HYMNS AND OTHER WORDS SET AS ANTHEMS) 

Lin 

Glory, honor, praise, and power, As the stars in heaven adore Thee, 

Be unto God forever. As Thine angels bow before Thee, 
Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator, And extol Thy boundless love ; 

Praise be Thine from every tongue. We, Thy servants, lowly bending, 

Young and old, Thy praise expressing, Pray Thee, let Thy grace, descending, 
Worship, honor, glory, blessing, Fit us for the realms above. 

Laud Thy Name in joyful song. 

Praise the Lord! ye heavens adore Him, Let the realms of all creation 

Sun and moon, rejoice before Him, Praise the God of every nation, 

Praise Him, all ye stars and light. For the hope of future joy ; 

Praise His mercy, His salvation, Sound His praise through earth and 
Heaven and earth, every nation, and all heaven, 

creation. For ten thousand blessings given, 

Praise Him, angels in the height. Sound Jehovah's praise on high. 



Music by W. A. Mozart 
Novello 



LIV 



Hear my prayer, O God, incline Thine ear, 
Thyself from my petition do not hide ; 
Take heed to me, hear how in prayer I mourn to Thee; 
Without Thee all is dark; I have no guide. 

The enemy shouteth — the godless come fast ; ' 
Iniquity, hatred upon me they cast. 
The wicked oppress me — ah, when; shall I fly? 
Perplexed and bewildered, O God, hear my cryl 

My heart is sorely pained within my breast, 
My soul with deathly terror is oppressed. 

Trembling and fearfulness upon me fall. 

With horror overwhelmed, Lord, hear me call! 

O for the wings of a dove! 

Far away, far away would I rove, 

In the wilderness build me a nest, 

And remain there forever at rest. > Psalm 4) 






m agio by I'. Mendelssohn 
Novello 



XV 

How lovely are thy dwellings fair; Behold, the sparrow findeth out 

Lord of Hosts, how dear A house wherein to rest; 

The pleasant tabernacles are The swallow also for herself 

Where Thou dost dwell so near. Hath found a peaceful nest. 

My soul doth long, yea, even faint Blest all who dwell within Thy house, 

Thy courts, Lord, to see; They ever give Thee praise; [art, 

My heart and flesh are crying out, And bless the man whose strength Thou 

living God, for Thee. In whose heart are Thy ways. 

(Psalm 84) MusicbyL N^e°no r 

LVI 

To God be praise who reigns on high, Up to His heavenly dwellings bright, 

Let all the earth adore Him. With heart and soul ascending, 

His children we, our Father He, We'll sing to Him who thrones in light 

Let us rejoice before Him. And glory never ending. 



Music by F. Mendelssohn 
Schirmer 



LVII 



The heavens are declaring the Lord's endless glory, 

Through all the earth His praise is found ; 
The seas re-echo the marvelous story, 

man, repeat that glorious sound. 
The starry host He orders and measures, 

He fills the morning's golden springs; 
He wakes the sun from his night-curtained slumber; 

Oh! man, adore the King of kings. 

What power and splendor and wisdom and order, 

In nature's mighty plan unrolled! 
Through space and time to infinity's border, 

What wonders vast and manifold ! 
The earth is His, and the heavens o'er it bending, 

The Maker in His works behold! 
He is and will be through ages unending 

A God of strength and love untold. 



Music by Beethoven 
Schirmer 



LVIII 



Glorious forever, Fill with love's flame. 

Our Freedom-Giver! Homage we pay Thee, 

All good fortune wakes at Thy voice! Yet, oh, we pray, 

Freedom and fortune make us rejoice! May we act truly, 

Bless Thy great name! Wisely and duly, 

Lord God, who made us, Worthy our flame! 

Heed US and aid US. * Music bv s. Rachmaninoff 

Schirmer Series IX, No. 10>0 



LIX 



O Thou, whose power tremendous 
Ipholds the starry sky, 
Thy grace preserving send us, 
To Thee, O Lord, we cry. 

From wilds of fearful error, 
Wherein we darkly stray, 



Oppressed with doubt and terror, 
For saving aid we pray. 

Oh, God of mercy, hear us, 
Our pains, our Borrows see, 

Thy healing pity spare us, 
And bring us home to Thee. 

Music by G. Rossini 

j -y- DitMHl 

The Lord is great, when in the tempest peal 

His voice resounds with mighty force. 
And in their tracks the orbs of heaven reel, 

And earth is quivering in her course. 
The Lord is kind, when in the morning's beam 

His radiant love on earth is shed, 
And fragrant vernal blossoms blandly gleam, 

By quickening sparkling dew r drops fed. 
The Lord is great, His might the heavens declare, 

He reigns supreme below, above: 
The Lord is kind; He listens to my prayer 

And guides His child in gracious love. 

Music by A. J. Davis 



LXI 



DitSOD 



Why live, when life is sad, 

I teath only sweet? 
Why fight, when closest fight 

Ends in defeat? 
Why pray, when purest prayer 

Dark thoughts assail ? 
Why strive and strive again 

Only to fail? 
Live, there are many 'round 

Needing thy care, 
Pray, there is One at hand 

Helping thy prayer, 
Fight for the love of God, 

Not for renown, 
Strive, but in His strength, 

Not in thine own. 



Why hope, when life has proved 

Our best hopes vain ? 
Why love, when love is fraught 



With so much 



pain 



Why not cool heart and brain 

In the deep wave? 
Why not lie down and rest 

In the still grave? 
Hope, there is heavenly joy 

Laid up for Thee, 
Love, for true love outlives 

Its agony, 
Fight, pray, and wrestle on, 

Loving God best, 
Then, when thy work is done 

Lie down and rest. 

Music by Frederic II. Cowen 
A. P. Schmidt 



LXII 

Shades of eve are falling, 

Father be ever near us, 

Keep us, O Father, till shall dawn the morning. 

"With danger fraught the night draws nigh. 

hear us, we implore Thee. 

We cry to Thee for aid. 

With mourning, lamenting, we turn to Thee in contrition. 

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For Thou art evermore a present help to comfort us. 

Then hear us, hear us, 

See us lowly bending before Thy throne, Father, 

Most merciful, most gracious, full of compassion. 

Be with us now and evermore. Shades of eve are falling, 

Father be ever near us. 

Keep us safely through the night. Amen. 



Here, as the night is falling, 
Stars from the shadows calling, 
Lord, to Thy shelter flying, 

Raise we an evening prayer. 

Only on Thee relying, 

Make us this night Thy care. 



Music by F. Schubert 
Schinner 



LXIII 

While all unconscious sleeping, 
Have us, O have us in Thy keeping! 
Father, graciously hear us, 

Kindly our strength renew. 
Thus for the morrow prepare us, 

O Lord, prepare us Thy w 7 ill to do. 

Music by A. J. Davis 
Ditson 



On high the stars now are shining, 
The night with its darkness draws 
nigh : 



LXIV 

0, make our love pure and holy, 
O, may we not seek Thee in vain. 



mam. 



hear us, our Father in Heaven, Though bright stars may wander in 

And answer Thy own children's cry: heaven, 

Who humbly seeking Thy blessing, Thou still lookest down from above: 

Now pray that Thy grace may re- Ah! Father, we trust in Thy mercy, 

And in Thy infinite love. 

Music by J. Rheinberger 
Schinner 

LXV 

Rouse thee from thy sadness; 
Let thy faith but firm remain, 

Serve thy Lord with gladness. 
O give thanks to Him and praise His 

Forever and forever. [name 

Music by J. Rheinberger 
Schinner 



Shadows falling dark and long, 
Night o'er all descending; 

Our Father we raise to Thee our song 
In worship lowly bending. 

Heart, forget thy bitter pain, 



Here by Babylon's wave, 

Though heathen hands have bound us 
Though afar from our land, 

The pains of death surround us. 
Zion! thy memory still 

In our hearts we are keeping, 
And still we turn to thee, 

Our eyes all sad with weeping. 



LXVI 

When mad with wine our foe rejoices, 
When unto their altars they throng, 
Loud for mirth then they call — "A 
song! 
A song of Zion sing, lift up your voices!" 
O Lord, though the victor command 
Our captivity sad and lowly, 
How shall we raise Thy song so holy, 



Through our harps that we hung on the That we sung in our father's land ? 

trees, Jerusalem, if we forget thee, [power, 

Goes the low wind wearily moaning; Let our hands remember not their 
Mingles the sad note of the breeze, And our tongues be silent from that 

With voiceassad of sigh and groaning. Jerusalem, if we forget thee, [hour, 
(Psalm 187} Music by Charles Gounod 



325 



Schinner 



LXVI1 

God, our Lord, how excellent 
Thy name on earth asserts its might; 

While from the heaven'.- -tar-decked tent, 
Thy glory shims in blazing light. 

When I behold in silent thought, 

The moon, the stars, the heavenly sphere, 
The wonders which Thy hand hath wrought, 
Which shine in beauty, bright and clear — 
What am I, child of clay, 
With frame sure to decay, 
That Thou, God, shouldst"think of me 
And guide me with benignity? 

And yet didst Thou on man bestow 

The signet of divine descent ; 
With honor crown his noble brow, 
And stamp him nature's ornament. 
Thy breath his soul inspires, 
Fills it with holy fires ; 
He bears Thine image in his breast, 
And rules the earth at Thy behest. 

Ay, from the heaven's star-decked tent, 

Thy glory shines in blazing light: 
O God, our Lord, Great, Excellent — 

We worship Thee, who rules with might. (Psalm 8) 

Music by A. Sullivan 
Schlrmer 

LXV11I 

Eternal Source of every joy, And winters, softened by Thy care, 

Well may Thy praise our lips employ, No more a face of horror wear. 
While in Thy temple we appear , , . , . . 

Whose goodness crowns the circling Seasons and months and weeks and 



year. 



days 
Demand successive songs of praise; 



The flowery spring at Thy command, • Still be the cheerful homage paid, 
Embalms the air and paints the land; With opening light and evening shade. 
The summer rays with viiror shine, „ , 

To raise the com and cheer the vine. ? may our more harmonious tongues 

In worlds unknown pursue the songs, 
Thy hand in autumn richly pours And in those brighter courts adore, 

Through all our coasts abundant stores, Where days and years revolve no more. 

Music by Frederick Brandela 
Novello Octavo. No. 

LXIX 

Lord of all being throned afar. Sun of my life, Thy quick' ning ray 

Thy glory flames from star to star. Sheds on our path the glow of day. 

Centre and soul of every sphere, Star of our hope, Thy soft' ning light 

Yet to each loving heart how near. Cheers the low watches of the night 

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Our midnight is Thy smile withdrawn. Before Thy ever blazing throne, 
Our noontide is Thy gracious dawn, We ask no lustre of our own. 
( )ur rainbow arch Thy mercy's sign, Gmnt ug Thy H ht the tmth to ge 
All, save the clouds of sin, are Thine. Aml kindling hcarts that burn for Thee, 
Lord of all life below, above, Till all Thy living altars claim 

Whose light is truth, whose warmth is One holy light, one living flame. 

love. Music by G. W. Marston 

A.P.Schmidt 

LXX 

Lord of the worlds above, They go from strength to strength, 

How pleasant and how fair Through this dark vale of tears, 

The dwellings of Thy love, Till each arrives at length, 

Thy earthly temples are. Till each in heaven appears. 

To Thine abode glorious seat! 

My heart aspires, When God our King 

With warm desires Shall thither bring 

To see my God. My willing feet. 

happy souls that pray, God is our sun and shield, 

Where God appoints to hear! Our light and our defense. 

happy men that pay With gifts His hands are filled, 
Their constant sendee there! We draw our blessings thence. 

They praise Thee still: Thrice happy he, 

And happy they God of hosts, 

That love the way Whose spirit trusts 

To Zion's hill! Alone in Thee. 

Music bv Arthur Foote 
A. P. Schmidt 

LXXI 

1 have called, God, upon Thee; O incline Thine ear unto me, and 
hearken unto my words. Show Thy marvellous loving kindness, Thou who 
art the refuge of them which put their trust in Thee. 

Music by "W. A. Mozart 
Schirmer 

LXXII 
Hear, Lord, hear us, when we call upon Thee. 

Lord, let me never be confounded, for in Thee, Lord, I trusted. Lord 
be Thou my helper; hear Thou me graciously, Thou God of my salvation. 

Let Thy loving mercy ever be upon us, like as we trust in Thee. Hear 

US, Lord, hear US. Music by F. J. Handel 

Schirmer 

LXXIII 
Ye shall go forth with joy and be led forth with peace. 
The mountains and hills shall break forth before you into singing; and the 
trees of the field shall clap their hands. Music by h. j.storer 

Ditson Octavo No. 11294 

LXXIV 

1 do not ask, Lord, that this life may be a pleasant road; 

I do not ask that wouldst take from me aught even sparing of its load; 

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I do not ask thai flowers should always spring beneath my feet; 

I know the poison, I know the sting too well, of things too sweet 

For one thing only, Lord, dear Lord, 1 plead: 

Lead me aright, lead me aright. 

Though strength should falter and though hearts should bleed, 

L<ad me aright, dear Lord, I plead: 

Through peace to light, lead me aright. Music by V. Roberta 

LXXV 

For He shall give His angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy 

ways; they shall bear thee in their hands, that thou hurt not thy foot against 

a stone. Music by J. Rhelnberger 

Scnlrmer 

LXXV3 

On Thee each living soul awaits. From Thee, Lord, all seek their food. 
Thou openest Thy hand and fillest all with good. But when Thy face, 
Lord, is hid, with sudden terror they are struck. Thou takest their breath 
away; they vanish into dust, Thou sendest forth Thy breath again and life 
with vigor fresh returns. Revived earth unfolds new strength and new delights. 

Music by F. J. Haydn 
Novello 

LXXVII 

Send out Thy light and lead me, 

Father, lead me beyond this darkness, 

This sorrow and unrest; 

And guide me, worn and weary, 

To the calm shelter of my Father's breast. 



Music by Chas. (Jounod 
Scbirmer 



LXXVIII 



O God of Hosts, the mighty Lord, 

How lovely is the place 
Where Thou, enthroned in glory, showest 

The brightness of Thy face! 
My longing soul faints with desire 

To view Thy blest abode ; 
My panting heart and flesh cry out 

For Thee, the living God. 



Music by L. Spohr 



,. spoi 

l>itM 



LXXIX 



God of mercy, God of love, 

Deign to hear Thy servants' humble prayer. 

Hear and bless us with Thy grace, 

A- Thou hast promised to all those who call upon Thy name. 

O Lord hear our supplications. 

Tremblingly we call to Thee, 

Knowing our unworthim 

Hear us, our Father, O hear our prayer and grant us peace, 

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Hear us, O Almighty God, and -regard us now in mercy; 

Father make us strong to ,do Thy will; 

Father give us grace to cast away and forsake our sins forever; 

Be with us evermore. 

Give us grace to love Thee more and more from day to day. 



LXXX 



Music by C. M. v. Weber 
Ditson 



Thou earth, waft sweet incense o'er thy The seraphs hail Thee, the worm and 

plains; dust, 

Be an altar pouring thanks. Thou art our Maker, Thou art the 

Sound His praise, ye rocky mountains; God, Thou art great! [loving one. 

Breathe His glory, whispering breezes: Thy love is given to men 
He will be, and is, and was. Who strive to obey their Maker, 

God, Thou art great! And seek their Father. 

Music by L. Spohr 
Novello 

LXXXI 

The Lord great wonders for us hath wrought! Sing and be joyful! Mighty 
is our God, and of mighty power; there is none that searcheth or understandeth 

His judgments. Music by F. Hiller 

J ° Novello 

LXXXII 

Thy way not mine, Lord, however dark it be; 
Lead me by Thine own hand, choose out the path for me. 
Smooth let it be or rough, it will be still the best; 
Winding or straight, it leads right onward to Thy rest. 

I dare not choose my lot; I would not if I might; 
Choose Thou for me, my God; so shall I walk aright. 
Take Thou my cup, and it with joy or sorrow fill 
As best to Thee may seem; choose Thou my good and ill. 

Choose Thou for me my friends, my sickness or my health; 

Choose Thou my cares for me, my poverty or wealth. 

Not mine, not mine the choice, in things or great or small; 

Be Thou my guide, be Thou my strength, my wisdom and my all. 

Music bv Arthur Foote 
A. P. Schmidt 

LXXXIII 

Why art thou cast down, O my soul Though thy head may bend in sadness 

And why disquieted within me? And thy world seem reft of light, 

Feelest thou not the Father nigh, He shall raise thy heart in gladness 

Him whose heart contains us all? After darkness of the night. 

Lives no God for thee on high, Have no fear, 

Loving while His judgments fall ? God is near; 

Look above, Be consoled, my soul, in God. 

God is love, Tears take fligh,t 

To the skies For in light 

Turn thine eyes; Thou shalt stand on Heaven's shore 

Every tear on earth that flows Blessed, blessed evermore. 

God, OUr ruler. knows. Music by Max Spieker 

329 Schirmer 



LXXXIV 



\ 



God has given His promise true — 
And His word is guarantee — 
That no cause shall e'er undo 
His paternal loyalty. 
Hence no fear can us appal, 
Although earth and heaven fall; 
God will not His promise break, 
Nor His covenant forsake. 



Therefore, rest content my heart, 
Trust in God, whose guiding light 
Bids all doubt from Thee depart, 
In affliction's gloomy night. 
Stand ye firm and undismayed, 
Who on God rely for aid; — 
In His love and faith so pure, 
We forever feel secure. 



LXXXV 



Music by Beethoven 
Schirmer 



Still with Thee, my God, 

I would desire to be; 
By day, by night, at home, abroad, 

I would be still with Thee. 
With Thee when dawn comes in 

And calls me back to care; 
Each day returning to begin 

With Thee, my God, in Prayer. 

With Thee amid the crowd 
That throngs the busy mart, 

To hear Thy voice, where Time is loud, 
Speak softly to my heart. 



With Thee when day is done, 
And evening calms the mind; 

The setting, as the rising sun 
With Thee my heart would find. 

With Thee when darkness brings 

The signal for repose; 
Calm in the shadow of Thy wings 

Mine eyelids I would close. 
With Thee, in Thee, by faith 

Abiding, I would be; 
By day, by night, in life, in death, 

I would be still with Thee. 

Music by E. S. Hosmer 
Wm. Maxwell, 96 Fifth Ave., N. Y., No. 358 



LXXXVI 



O God, our help in ages past, 
Our hope for years to come, 

Our shelter from the stormy blast, 
And our eternal home. 

Under the shadow of Thy throne 
Thy saints have dwelt secure, 

Sufficient is Thine arm alone, 
And our defense is sure. 

Before the hills in order stood, 
Or earth received her frame, 

From everlasting Thou art God, 
Through endless years the same. 
(Psalm 90 ) 



A thousand ages in Thy sight 

Are like an evening gone, 
Short as the watch that ends the night 

Before the rising sun. 

Time like an ever-rolling stream 

Bears all its sons away; 
They fly forgotten, as a dream 

Dies at the opening day. 

God, our help in ages past, 
Our hope for years to come, 

Be Thou our guard while troubles last, 
And our eternal home. 

Music by W. R. Haghorne 
White-Smith Music Publishing Co., No. 811 



LXXXVII 

O our God, God of love, we would humbly bow to Thee ; 
Let Thy grace now rest upon us, guide us o'er life's troubled sea. 
Oh, guide us through this vale of tears, let us feel that Thou art near; 
God of love, hear our prayer: our Lord, hear our prayer. 



O our God, Thou art near, where'er our footsteps tend; 
Oh, then guide us unto Thee, we would have Thee for our friend. 
Remember us in all our ways, for we need Thy tender care; 
Stretch now forth Thy mighty arm, God of love, hear our prayer: 
our Lord, hear our prayer. Music by b. Cecil Kieiu 

Schirmer 

LXXXVIII 

God is my guide; I shall lack nothing. 

He feedeth me in verdant pastures; He leadeth me by silent waters. 

He strengthened my fainting soul; my steps in righteous ways He guideth, 
for His most holy name. 

And though I tread the vale of death's dark shadow; yet shall I fear no 
ill, for Thou protectest me. 

Thy rod and Thy staff, they ever comfort me. 

Thou shalt prepare a feast for me before the face of all my foes; my head 
hast Thou anointed ; my cup, it shall be full. 

Thy mercy and Thy love shall follow me through all my life; and I will 
dwell forever in the house of God. 

Thy mercy and Thy love, O Lord, shall alway follow me; and in God's 
house will I dwell forever more. (Psalm 23 ) Music by Fr. Schubert 

Schirmer 

LXXXIX 

Bless the Lord, my soul. 

Blessed art Thou, Lord. 

Bless the Lord and forget not all His benefits; bless the Lord, O my soul, 
and all that is within me bless His holy name. 

He is full of compassion and mercy; long-suffering and great in good- 
ness. 

He will not always chide, nor keep His wrath forever. 

Music by M. Ippolitof-Ivanof 
Schirmer Series IX., No. 1066 

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We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing; 
He chastens, and hastens His will to make known; 
The wicked oppressing cease then from distressing; 
Sing praises to His name, He forgets not His own. 

Beside us to guide us, our God, with us going, 
Ordaining, maintaining His kingdom divine: 
So, from the beginning, the fight for us winning, 
Thou, Lord, wast at our side, all glory be Thine. 

We all do extol Thee, Thou Leader in battle, 
And pray that thou still our Defender wilt be. 
Let Thy congregation escape tribulation; 
Th}^ name be ever praised, O Lord; make us free. 

Music by E. Kremser 
331 Ditson No. 1260fi 



XCI 

We plough the fields and scatter He only is the Maker 

The L r '»Mil seed on the land, Of all things near and far; 

But it is fed and watered He paints the wayside flower, 

By God's almighty hand; He lights the evening star. 

He Bends the snow in winter, _ u - . thank Th ^ Q p h 

The warmth to swell the grain, For all thi ' brj h , an(| Lr j 

I he breezes and the sunshine, The sce ,,_ n „ l( . and „„. , |;in ,.. ( 

And soft refreshing nun. Qur ^ our heal(h o|l| . fipo ' d _ 

All good gifts around us Accept the gifts we offer 
Are senl from heaven above; For all Thy love imparts; 

Then thank the Lord, O thank the Lord, And what Thou most desirest 
For all His love. Our humble, thankful hearts. 

Music by Brace Steane 

Ditson No. 11966 

XCIT 
I will magnify Thee, God. my King; and I will praise Thy name, 
God. The Lord is righteous in all His ways, and holy in all His works. 
Every day will 1 give thanks unto Thee, and praise Thy name for evermore. 

Music by F. Mosenthal-Klein 
Scliirmer 

XCIII 

I 'raise thou the Lord, my spirit, and my inmost soul praise His gnat 
loving-kindness. Praise thou the Lord, my spirit, and forget not all His 

benefits. Music by F. Mendelssohn 

Sen Inner 
XCIV 

He, watching over Israel, slumbers not nor sleeps. Shonldst thou walk- 
ing in grief, languish, He will quicken thee. Music by i\ Mendelssohn 

Novello 

xov 

Ye sons of Israel, thank the Lord, sing praises to His glorious Name; 
praise the Lord who liveth forever, sing praises to Him now and for evermore. 

Music by F. Mendelssohn 

Novello 

XCVI 

While all things were quiet silence, and the night was in the midst of her 
course, the almighty word of the Lord came down. 

All ye inhabitants of the world and dwellers on the earth; see yel And 
when He bloweth a trumpet, hear ye! 

Ye shall have a song in the night when a holy solemnity is kept, 

With gladness of heart, as when one goeth with a pipe to come nnto the 
mountain of the Lord. 

There is a song B0 thrilling, so far all songs excelling, 

That he who Bings it. sings it oft again. 

No mortal did invent it, 

But God by angels sent it; 

So deep and earnest, yet so sweet and plain. 

The love that it revealeth, 

All earthly sorrows healeth: 

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They flee like mist before the break of day. 

When, my soul, ( thou learnest 

This song of songs in earnest, 

Thy cares and sorrows all shall pass away. 



XCVII 



Music by R. Huntingdon Woodman 
Bohlrmer 



What is death ? Oh, what is death ' 
'Tis the snapping of the chain; 

'Tis the breaking of the bowl; 
'Tis relief from every pain; 

'Tis freedom to the soul; 
'Tis the setting of the sun, 

To rise again to-morrow, 
A brighter course to run, 

Nor sink again in sorrow. 
Such is death; yea, such is death. 



What is death ? Oh, what is death ? 
'Tis slumber to the weary; 

'Tis rest to the forlorn; 
'Tis shelter to the dreary; 

'Tis peace amid the storm; 
'Tis the entrance to our home; 

'Tis the passage to that God 
Who bids His children come, 

When their weary course is trod. 
Such is death; yea, such is death. 



XCVIII 



Music by Russell King Miller 
Ditson 



In heavenly love abiding, 

No change my heart shall fear, 
And safe in such confiding, 

For nothing changes here. 
The storm may roar without me, 

My heart may low be laid; 
But God is ' round about me, 

And can I be dismayed ? 
Wherever He may guide me, 

No want shall turn me back; 
My Shepherd is beside me, 

And nothing can I lack. 



XCIX 



His wisdom ever waketh, 

His sight is never dim; 
He knows the way He taketh, 

And I will walk with Him. 
Green pastures are before me, 

Which yet I have not seen; 
Bright skies will soon be o'er me, 

Where darkest clouds have been. 
My hope I cannot measure, 

The path to life is free; 
My Father has my treasure, 

And He will walk with me. 

Music by Horatio Parker 
Novello 



Oh, what is man, Omnipotent, 
That Thou rememberest him? 
What is the mortal son of dust, 
That Thou observest him? 
For sure he is as naught; 
A shadow fleeting is his time; 
At noon he shines, a verdant plant ; 
The evening finds him withered, pale. 
Thus all men to their graves Thou leadest, 



And call' st on them : turn, ye sons of 
Oh, that they learned of wisdom [men! 
Wisely of their end to think! 
Riches go not with you hence; 
Earthly honors stay behind. 
Practice virtue, walk upright, 
For glorious is the meed of pious men: 
And God redeemeth His servant's soul. 
Condemneth not who in Him trusts. 



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ovello 



The Lord bless thee, the Lord preserve thee, the Lord be thy shade upon 
thy right hand. 

The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. 

The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time 
forth and even for evermore. Music by l. DamroRch 

333 Schirmer Octavo No. 5424 






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